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Brazil’s Veja Mimics Newsweek and Offers a Grotesque Cover of Ex-president Lula

The latest issue of the conservative Brazilian magazine Veja echoes an October 2011 Newsweek ...

Brazilian Armed Forces Complain of Obsolete and Broken Equipment and Low Wages

Brazil's armed forces, the largest military in Latin America, are badly equipped, demoralized over ...

Cover of Brazilian weekly magazine Veja

The Brazilian Dream: Getting a Job in Government

Becoming a civil servant has become once again the Brazilian middle class dream, according ...

Beatings, Censorship, Harassment: All in a Day’s Work for Brazilian Press

Reporters Without Borders voiced concern today, February 7, about an increase in legal proceedings ...

Brazilian Federal Police Tap and Threaten the Press

Reporters Without Borders today, November 10, condemned the action of the federal police in ...

Carcass of a burned down bus in São Paulo, Brazil

Brazil: São Paulo, Bring In the Marines and Army, Navy and Air Force!

There is only one solution for this unfinished rebellion by São Paulo’s organized crime. ...

Brazil’s Lula Still Vulnerable Despite End of Investigation into Scandal

Like sunbeams shafting through a thick dark cloud, some scattered rays of morality have ...

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