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Celebrity birthdays for December 14: Vanessa Hudgens, Jackson Rathbone, Joshua Rush, Dilma Rousseff, Miranda Hart, Dee Wallace, Patty Duke, Shirley Jackson
Those born on December 14 are under the sign of Sagittarius. The day's celebrity birthdays include the following:. -- World War II U.S. air ace Jimmy Doolittle in 1896. -- Former U.S. Sen. Margaret Chase Smith, R-Maine, in 1897.
Bolsonaro will not return Venezuelans: “they are fleeing a dictatorship supported by Lula and Dilma”
Bolsonaro said the Venezuelans “are fleeing a dictatorship supported by the PT, Lula and Dilma, and we can't leave them to their fate.”
Lula, Dilma and several ministers formally accused of receiving corruption money
His filing was accepted by the Federal Court on Friday, which asked the accused to present their defense within 15 days. If finally sentenced, the accused would have to spend three to eight years in jail.
Dilma Rousseff and Cristina Kirchner speak out against current presidents at CLACSO conference - Argentina Reports
Buenos Aires is currently playing host to the eighth Global Forum of Critical Thinking (CLACSO), and Monday November 19 saw ex-presidents Cristina Kirchner and Dilma Rousseff give speeches on the state of politics in their respective countries, Argentina and Brazil.
Cristina Fernandez, Jose Mujica and Dilma Rousseff in a Critical Thinking forum
Among the names mentioned at the Forum are Argentina's Cristina Fernandez, Uruguay's Jose Mujica, Brazil's Dilma Rousseff, Colombia's Ernesto Samper, Bolivia's current vice-president Alvaro Garcia Linera. The event is organized by the Latin American Council of Social Sciences, CLACSO, with main offi
Brazil: A President is a teacher, hunt
In the Internet shows Ana Caroline Campagnolo, 27, with a gun in his Arm. However, their favorite weapon is the mobile phone: With mobile phones in Brazil, the students should film their teachers, if they are in the classroom, “politically or party-colored critique” practiced in the elected right-wi
More than 200 women accuse famous Brazilian spiritual healer of sexual abuse
More than 200 women have accused Brazil’s most famous medium and spiritual healer of sexual abuse in a case that is becoming the country’s first major post-#MeToo scandal. João Teixeira de Faria, 76, known as João de Deus, or John of God, has attended Brazilian presidents Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva,
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Brazil formally charges two ex-presidents in Petrobras graft
In this July 5, 2017 file photo, Brazil’s Former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, right, talks with ousted President Dilma Rousseff during the inauguration ceremony of the new Workers’ Party directory and of the new party president Gleisi Hoffmann, in Brasilia, Brazil (AP Photo) Top News.
Good News For 2019: Mexico's New President AMLO Is Scaring Wall Street.
Mexico’s new president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (aka AMLO) is merely two weeks in and he’s already making investors worried. That’s potentially great news if AMLO does exactly the opposite of what investors think he will do.
Bolsonaro government has military, conservative streak
Brasília (AFP) – Brazil’s next government, under incoming far-right president Jair Bolsonaro who takes power in three weeks, will be neo-liberal economically, morally conservative and heavy reliant on a contingent of ex-military figures.
Who’s who in Jair Bolsonaro’s new cabinet
With President-elect Jair Bolsonaro confirming his pick for the Ministry of Environment, his 22-person cabinet is now fully formed. In 22 days, he and his 22 picks will take office. We break down who are these people, and what to expect from them.
Where are the women? Fewest female leaders in G20 photo
Buenos Aires (CNN)Friday's "family photo" at the G20 summit in Argentina marked an inauspicious moment: there were fewer female heads-of-government posing than in any of the previous gatherings of the group.
Brazil researchers crunched as science spending collapses
Rio de Janeiro (AFP) – In her Rio de Janeiro lab, biologist Michelle Klautau paid for the $1,400 photo machine, two air conditioning units, most of the chairs and even the paint and tiles from her own pocket.
‘Operation Car Wash’: Brazil’s Massive Political Scandal Causes Biggest Investigation In World History
What was once only the biggest corruption scandal in the history of Brazil, turned out to be the biggest in the world. This bribery and money laundering scheme spread throughout Latin America, with its epicenter in Brazil.
Following the election of Jair Bolsonaro to the Brazilian presidency in October, most observers have focused on the potential for disaster. It is true that Latin America has seen its fair share of caudillos—strongmen with military backgrounds who lead by sheer force of personality. But it is importa
Will Bolsonaro Follow in Pinochet's Footsteps?
Still shocked by the electoral results in Brazil, many Brazilians are asking how an avalanche of votes for Jair Bolsonaro and General Hamilton Mourão took place and what exactly will happen when a right wing extremist government takes over. We are still a long way off from answering this, but the co
Michel Temer: “Mercosur's original vocation has been always free trade”
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Brazil's Bolsonaro rules out sending back Venezuelan migrants
Bolsonaro said the Venezuelans "are fleeing a dictatorship supported by the PT, Lula and Dilma, and we can't leave them to their fate."
Brazil's secret dealings to contract Cuban physicians to work in the More Doctors program
The cables show, for example, that Cuba proposed the program and the two countries had to negotiate for a year before President Dilma Rousseff presented in 2013.