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Former Secretary of Culture Suspects ‘Satanic Action’ Caused his Dismissal RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – After being fired by President Jair Bolsonaro, Roberto Alvim, former Secretary of Culture, shared a message in WhatsApp groups stating that he suspects a “satanic action” caused him to be exonerated from the Special Secretariat of Culture. Alvim was exonerated...
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Another Street Dweller set on Fire in São Paulo Capital RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – In less than 15 days a new street dweller was found burned in São Paulo. On Sunday, January 19th, an unidentified man was found inside a bank branch in the Praça da Sé region, downtown. According to the Metropolitan Civil...
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Rio’s Militia Infiltrates Police and Politics to Dispose of Rivals While Expanding its Territory RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The largest militia in the country has the support of security agents and members infiltrated into politics, writes Brazilian media outlet UOL in its latest report. With “uniformed partners,” the former “Justice League,” now “The Firm,”...
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Farmers in India Protest Against Bolsonaro’s Presence: “Corrupt and Repressive” RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Indian rural producers launched a campaign last weekend against the presence of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro at the Republic of India Day celebrations, due to take place on January 26th. The action #GoBackBolsonaro was launched by the Federation of Sugarcane...
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Rejection of Politicians on the Rise in Chile After Three Months of Social Crisis RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Three months after the October 18th social outburst in Chile, which combined massive peaceful protests with unprecedented levels of violence, the repudiation of the political world set a record and devastated all sectors. Distrust of institutions...
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