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Brazil’s PT Accused of Links to Farc Wins Right to Write Own Version in Veja

Brazil’s ruling party, the PT (Workers Party) had two complaints filed at the Federal ...

Brazil Wants South American Summit to Create Anti-Drug Council

Unasur, the Union of South American Nations, will debate the creation of four ministerial ...

Brazil and Colombia in Joint Effort to Fight FARC and Drugs

Brazil and Colombia will be signing this weekend a defense agreement by which the ...

Chavez Called Histrionic in Brazilian Congress After FARC Fiasco

The recent end of the year episode of Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez with the ...

Brazil’s Congress Back to Its US Parrot Role to Deride Chavez

Some legislative figures in Brazilian capital BrasÀ­lia, who at times apparently confuse their country ...

Brazil’s Lula Didn’t Get Money from Cuba, Says Finance Minister

Brazil’s Minister of Finance, Antonio Palocci, in testimony before the Senate Commission on Economic ...

Nowadays, the US Doesn’t Even Need to Meddle in Brazil to Get Its Due

Rumors that Lula’s 2002 presidential campaign got money from foreign countries are old news. ...

Brazil Media’s Fear to Call Terror by Its Name

Brazil’s weekly newsmagazine Veja‘s cover story (edition 1896, 03/16) denouncing the financial resources offer ...

Brazil’s Lula Party Accused of Donating US$ 5 Million to FARC

The Administration’s leader in Brazil’s Chamber, Deputy Professor Luizinho (PT-SP), criticized accusations published in ...

In Brazil the Military Is at the Service of the Pentagon

The Brazilian military still understands the Amazon Region in terms of the Doctrine of ...