Jair Bolsonaro Still Thinks The Coronavirus Is Like A Cold. He's Putting People In Favelas In Mortal Danger.
Brazil's president is putting lives at risk with his flippant attitude about the coronavirus. In the country’s densely populated favelas, this could become a nightmare.
Venezuela’s President Maduro retains his military’s backing for now, despite international support for opposition leader Juan Guaidó.
Jair Bolsonaro also accused former Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva of hatching a plot to retake power.
"I received threats that could harm my life, and the Venezuelan government will be responsible if that happens," said former attorney general Luisa Ortega Díaz, who is in Brasilia.
Eight ministers, 71 congresspeople, 5 former presidents, and the main candidates running for president next year are all being investigated for corruption now.
José Yunes, a friend of Michel Temer for more than 50 years, left his government role, following a BuzzFeed Brazil report on campaign money funneled through his office.
A former VP at one of Brazil's largest construction companies told prosecutors the firm gave the president $3.3 million in "undeclared" funds.