Brazil

Free Press Advocates Decry Cybercrime Charges Against Glenn Greenwald

Brazil has accused journalist Glenn Greenwald of aiding a hacking ring, with seemingly scant evidence.
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Prosecutors In Brazil To File Charges Against Vale In Deadly 2019 Dam Collapse

State prosecutors announced plans to charge the Brazilian mining conglomerate Vale, the German safety-certification company TUV SUD and 16 individuals.

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Glenn Greenwald Charged With Cybercrimes By Brazil’s Bolsonaro Government

Journalist Glenn Greenwald was arrested in Brazil on Tuesday for cybercrimes, The New York Times reports. He is accused of being part of a “criminal organization” that spread hacked cellphone messages and harmed the image of an...
Related topics: Glenn Greenwald, Hackers

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Economic Slowdown In 2020? Etf Strategies To Help You

Want the latest recommendations from Zacks Investment Research? Today, you can download 7 Best Stocks for the Next 30 Days. Click to get this free report Invesco International Dividend Achievers ETF (PID): ETF Research Reports iShares MSCI...
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A Massive Prison Break Has 75 Former Inmates On The Run In South America

At least 75 members of one of Brazil‘s most notorious gangs have just escaped a Paraguayan prison. The inmates escaped by digging a massive tunnel that was long enough to get past the prison walls. Moreover, the complexity of the plan has...

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Video: Alisson Runs Full Length Of The Pitch To Celebrate Salah Goal For Liverpool Against Man...

Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson ran the full length of the pitch to celebrate Mohamed Salah’s goal against Manchester United. The Brazil international was clearly thrilled with the three points in... Click Story Headline Above To...
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Flooding, Landslides Kill Six In Brazil

Flooding and landslides triggered by torrential rains have claimed six lives in southeast Brazil, firefighters said Saturday.

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Amazon Indigenous Leaders Accuse Brazil Of ‘genocide’ Policy

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s pledge to open up the Amazon to mining companies was tantamount to “genocide”, indigenous leaders said Friday at a meeting to oppose the government’s environmental policies. Hundreds of...
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Brazil’s Culture Secretary Fired After ‘coincidentally’ Quoting Goebbels

Brazil’s Secretary of Culture Roberto Alvim was fired Friday, after being accused of paraphrasing Nazi Germany’s propaganda chief, Joseph Goebbels, in a speech on the government’s vision of the Brazilian arts. The video, released on Thursday...
Related topics: Germany, World Videos

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Brazil's New Taurus G3 Might Be The Hottest Handgun On The Market

Kyle Mizokami Security, South America Say goodbye to the Glock 19. Key Point: The G3 has the edge against its competitors when it comes to length, height, width, and weight.  High capacity nine millimeter pistols were first introduced to the...

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'geriatric' Western Powers Don’t Want To Give Up Their Influence In The World - Russian Brics...

New Delhi (Sputnik): Russia took over the leadership of the five-nation bloc BRICS from Brazil in early January. This is the third time that Moscow has taken over the rotational chairmanship of the five-nation bloc, comprising Brazil, Russia, India,...
Related topics: India, New Delhi, Russia, Moscow, China

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Deforestation In Brazil's Amazon Up 85 Percent In 2019

Deforestation in the Amazon rainforest in northern Brazil soared 85 percent in 2019, compared with the previous year, official data showed Tuesday.
Related topics: Deforestation, Amazon

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Governor Calls Rio De Janeiro Water Problems “inadmissable”

More than a week after Brazil’s second-largest city began to find foul-smelling water run from its taps, the governor of Rio de Janeiro state has called the resulting disorder “inadmissable
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Is The Indian Economy Headed For A Middle-income Trap?

Will a developing country, with a fast-growing economy, eventually break into the ranks of rich nations? This transition, however obvious it may seem, is not a given. Once promising economies like Mexico, Brazil, or Turkey could never attain the...
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Brazil Eliminated Daylight Saving Time. Now It’s Light Out Before 5 A.m., And People Aren’t...

A move that has been considered by governments around the world achieves decidedly mixed results in Latin America’s largest country.

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Brazil's Supreme Court Overturns Censorship Of Netflix Film Depicting Gay Jesus

The satirical Porta dos Fundos show doesn't have the "magic power" to undermine an over 2,000-year-old religion, Brazil's Supreme Court president wrote.
Related topics: Censorship, Netflix (NFLX)

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Brazil Will Not Accept Pressure From Us On Huawei 5g Construction Bid – Science Minister

The United States has been pressuring its allies to ban Huawei equipment and drop the Chinese company from the list of companies developing 5G networks due to Huawei’s purported links to the Chinese government. Beijing and the telecom company deny...
Related topics: Huawei, China, Beijing

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Youtubers’ Campaign Will Plant Trees In California, Kenya, And India

Thanks to YouTuber MrBeast’s viral tree planting campaign, more than 21 million trees will be planted across the United States, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Haiti, Indonesia, Ireland, Madagascar, Mozambique, Nepal, and the United...
Related topics: Kenya, India, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, China, France, Haiti, Indonesia, Ireland, Madagascar, Mozambique

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Smoke From Australian Wildfires Reaches Southern Brazil – Meteorologists

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Smoke from devastating bushfires in Australia that have led to the death of over two dozen people has reached southern Brazil, according to the Brazilian Metsul Meteorologia company.
Related topics: Russia, Moscow, Australia

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Apple Launches Annual 'back To University' Promo In Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, And Brazil

Apple today launched its annual Back to University promotion in Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, and Brazil, offering students and teachers free Beats Studio3 Wireless Headphones or free Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones with purchase. With the...
Related topics: Australia, New Zealand, South Korea

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