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In Brazil, When Things Go Wrong They Just Blame the Press

Salvador, Bahia, commemoration event of the Holocaust organized by the Brazilian Jewish community in ...

Press Freedom Gets Better, But It’s Still Dangerous to Be a Reporter in Brazil

The world ranking for freedom of press in 175 countries as reported by French ...

Brazil Congress Ignores Court Order to Hand Over Expenses List

Daily newspaper Folha de S. Paulo has filed a Writ of Security with Brazil's ...

After 21-Year Wait Brazil Congress to Pass Regulation on Right to Information

The President of Brazil, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, sent last week the long-awaited ...

Brazil Abolishes 42-year-old Press Law Adopted During Dictatorship

Brazil's Supreme Court voted by seven votes to four to end a repressive press ...

Brazilian Congress Deals with Two Conflicting Bills on Online Defamation

A law proposed by a Brazilian senator to increase by one third prison sentences ...

Brazil Uses Courts to Reimpose Prior Censorship on the Press

A judge in the Brazilian Northeast has forbidden a newspaper from publishing stories on ...

Law and Reprisals Make Brazil’s Freedom of Press Ranking Low

Brazil ranks 63 in the Reporters Without Borders fourth annual World Press Freedom Index. ...

Disturbing Handcuffs Threaten Brazilian Media

As photos, the sequence is nearly run of the mill. A person in handcuffs ...