Flouting the requirement for all attendees to be vaccinated against Covid-19, President Jair Bolsonaro strikes a conciliatory tone on the environment while telling assembled diplomats to look beyond media reports about Brazil.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has approved legislation which limits social media companies from removing content or accounts.
"We expect some common sense from the Supreme Court. If not, we'll have to hand Brazil over to the indigenous," says President Jair Bolsonaro, as court adjourns hearings in case over scope of constitution's protection of indigenous land.
Human Rights Watch’s Brazil director Maria Laura Canineu said Jair Bolsonaro is trying to rid his social media accounts of people and institutions that disagree with him and turn them into spaces where only applause is allowed.
Association of Indigenous Peoples of Brazil alleges in case filed with Hague-based court that the far-right president has led "an explicit, systematic and intentional anti-indigenous policy" since taking office in 2019.
Supreme Court orders President Jair Bolsonaro should be investigated for attacks on country's voting system and claims that it is fraud-plagued.
Tens of thousands of people gathered for the fourth weekend of protests against President Jair Bolsonaro, who is being investigated for allegedly turning a blind eye to a scheme to embezzle government funds in the purchase of vaccines.
The 66-year-old Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro had been complaining publicly since last week about suffering from the hiccups following July 3 surgery on a dental implant.
The Cannes Film Festival rolls out the red carpet for the first time in more than two years, launching the French Riviera spectacular with the premiere of Leos Carax's “Annette" and the introduction of Spike Lee’s jury.
A Senate commission investigating the administration's pandemic response uncovered that Bolsonaro knew about suspected corruption in Brazil's $300 million deal for Indian-made vaccine Covaxin and failed to intervene.
Anti-government protesters took to the streets in more than a score of cities across Brazil as the nation's confirmed death toll from Covid-19 soared past half a million.
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.
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