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Nick Terdre asks why has nothing changed since Brazil’s last environmental disaster?

Brazil’s most vulnerable people are feeling the pressure – and the fear. ...

Spending time away from Marabá, Dan Baron Cohen discovers unexpected solidarity with the Amazon in a country mired in violence and despair.

Dan Baron Cohen discovers unexpected solidarity with the Amazon in a country mired in violence and despair...

Bolsonaro, whose middle name is ‘Messiah’, was the perfect bait for Christians, says Pamela Machado....

Extreme-right leader Jair Bolsonaro at the polls in Rio di Janero

A Brazilian extreme-right leader wants to typify landless and homeless workers' movements as terrorists....

The Left faces an uphill task in Brazil, Jan Rocha reports.

In Marabá , Dan Baron Cohen finds himself immersed in spontaneous conversation about culture,...

Dan Baron Cohen writes from Cabelo Seco, where news of former president Lula’s sentencing has stirred waves...

Michael Fox reports on the growing mobilization of workers against austerity, privatization and repression...

Dan Baron Cohen’s debut column from the Brazilian Afro-indigenous community Cabalo Seco.

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A large-scale dam in the Amazon is leading to dangerously high levels of mercury in indigenous communities...

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Brazil’s former president is now serving a long jail sentence. Mariana T Noviello reports.

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She was a young, black, city councillor – and a beacon of hope in her Rio favela and for Brazil. Vanessa Baird...

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Young people in Brazil reconnect with their African roots, by Amy Hall.

Former president Lula on his Caravan of Hope tour around Brazil, ahead of this year’s elections.

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‘Impossible’ for Lula to get fair trial, say lawyers. Vanessa Baird reports.

Indigenous people, set to be robbed of their land rights, took their protest to Brasilia – to be rebuffed by armed forces.

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Vanessa Baird writes on how agribusiness has mounted a coup against rural Brazilians.

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