Around 2,000 indigenous people from different Brazilian tribes demonstrated in Brasilia demanding that the government speeds up the demarcation of their lands.
After restructuring talks with its national and international creditors failed, Brazilian telecommunications operator Oi filed a request for bankruptcy protection this Monday
Michel Temer, sworn-in as president last week after Congress deposed Dilma Rousseff, was greeted on Wednesday with both applause and jeering as he led the parade marking 194 years of Brazil’s independence.
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The controversial Brazilian politician who led the impeachment process against President Dilma Rousseff, Eduardo Cunha, has resigned from his post as speaker of the lower house of Congress.