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- Brazil's Youth Still Expects to Retire before Turning 60
Regardless of the ongoing debate on whether to raise the retirement age, Brazilians who are in between the ages of 16 to 24 years old still expect to retire at an average age of 59.8.
Published on 03/19/2018 - 11h51
- Brazil among the Four Global Leaders in Assassinated Activists
Brazil is one of the most dangerous countries in the world for those who defend human rights, the main political area of city councilor Marielle Franco (PSOL), whose murder on Wednesday, March 14, made many people take to the streets in demonstrations.
Published on 03/19/2018 - 11h07
- Brazilian Judges Claim Their Strike Was Not Solely about Housing Benefits
After being criticized for calling a strike allegedly to defend privileges, federal judges stated, on Thursday (15), that their action was not about maintaining privileges such as housing benefits.
Published on 03/16/2018 - 12h12
- Social Exclusion and Populism Are Challenges Latin America Must Face, Experts Say
Latin America's 2018 calendar is packed with elections and the region will have to address a series of challenges to democracy, such as populism, social exclusion and a lack of trust in countries' institutions.
Published on 03/16/2018 - 10h57
- City Councilwoman Marielle Franco Killed by Gunshots in Rio de Janeiro
City Councilwoman Marielle Franco (PSOL Party), 38, was killed on Wednesday night (the 14th) on Joaquim Palhares Street in the Estácio neighborhood in Rio's northern zone.
Published on 03/15/2018 - 14h49
- THE LIFE AND DEATH OF A DEFIANT VOICE
The bars across Rio's South Zone were packed with fans watching Flamengo defeat Ecuadorian team Emelec. The Rio football team was surging on social media as well, leading Brazil's trending topics on Twitter on Wednesday night. Amidst thousands of tweets about the players who turned the game around, a name which had nothing to do with the match began climbing the list of trends: Marielle Franco. Slowly, the drama on the field gave way to an emblematic tragedy.
Published on 03/15/2018 - 14h10
- WTO Capacity for Action is Unknown, Says Organization's General Director
U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to increase the tariffs on steel and aluminum announced last week moves world trade into uncharted waters and could lead to the possibility of a commercial war, says the general director of the World Trade organization (WTO), Roberto Azevêdo.
Published on 03/15/2018 - 11h46
- Embrapa Reaches Agreement for Transgenic Sugar Cane
On Thursday the 15th, Embrapa Agroenergia Corporation will sign a four-year partnership agreement for the production of a new variety of transgenic sugar cane that is resistant to borers, the crop's greatest pest, and to glyphosate, which is the most widely used herbicide in the sector.
Published on 03/15/2018 - 11h20
- Corruption Will Define Elections in the Region, Analysts Say
The wave of corruption that has spread throughout Latin America has shaken regional institutions, disillusioned populations and should define the electoral cycle that many Latin American nations are going through.
Published on 03/15/2018 - 11h17
- The Law Makes Prejudice Illegal, It Doesn't End It, Says President of Brazil's Supreme Court
"The law does not bring prejudice to an end. The law prohibits prejudice." That was what Supreme Court President Cármen Lúcia had to say about the article in the 1988 Constitution that expressed that men and women have equal rights.
Published on 03/14/2018 - 08h56