Covid-19 has killed more than 3.3M people and infected nearly 159M others globally. Here are all the coronavirus-related developments for May 10:
Police in Brazil face outraged protests and a UN call for an investigation after a raid on a Rio de Janeiro favela left 25 people dead — some reportedly killed in cold blood.
A massive police operation against drug traffickers in a Brazilian favela left 25 people dead, turning a Rio de Janeiro neighbourhood into a battlefield and drawing condemnation from rights groups.
Brazil's full Supreme Court upheld a ruling annulling former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva's corruption convictions, clearing the way for him to run for a new presidential term next year.
The image by Danish photographer Mads Nissen captured the moment Rosa Luzia Lunardi was hugged by nurse Adriana Silva da Costa Souza at a care home in Sao Paulo.
Brazil has recorded its first confirmed case of the highly contagious coronavirus variant discovered in South Africa, a fresh danger sign for a country already ravaged by the world’s worst daily death toll.
Foreign Minister Araujo resigns amid controversy over the government's problems securing more Covid-19 vaccines; while Defence Minister Fernando Silva exited unexpectedly, putting more pressure on President Bolsonaro to address pandemic seriously.
The Federal Prosecutor's Office in Para said the Munduruku community is prepared to defend its lands from mining prospectors but is also asking for help.
Covid-19 has infected at least 122.6 million people around the world, with more than 2.7 million deaths. Here are virus-related developments for March 19:
Five of the 10 globally circulating variants were “highly resistant to neutralisation” even after volunteers had received both doses of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines, researchers reported.
The prosecutor general's office says it will appeal the Supreme Court's decision.
Brazilian government says it plans a monthly stipend of $45 for four months once the bill clears the lower house.
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