Public prosecutor Marya Olimpia Ribeiro Pacheco published posts including swastikas and messages in support of Adolf Hitler.
Led by President Bolsonaro, Brazil’s delegation to the UN General Assembly committed a series of blunders that mortified many Brazilians.
The move is the strongest yet from the social media giants to censor the outspoken, right-wing Jair Bolsonaro, who is already fighting back.
A pre-dawn raid evicted Rio de Janeiro’s poorest from abandoned land in the middle of a raging pandemic.
Hundreds of families displaced by COVID have found a new home on abandoned land owned by Brazil’s state-run oil company, Petrobras in Rio. They just won the right to stay, for now.
Leaked autopsy results suggest that some of the victims were executed. The police claim the victims were killed in gunfights, and have sealed its own documentation on the raid.
Julieta, the first wild macaw to have been spotted in Rio for two centuries, is engaged in an impossible love affair with a mate beyond her reach.
A raid on May 6 killed 27 young residents, and an investigation is underway. But witnesses and human rights advocates claim the incident was a “massacre.”
Despite a life-saving Supreme Court ban on police operations in favelas, deadly raids in these poor neighbourhoods are back and on the rise.