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Published on 04/11/2016
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- Brazilian Immigration Surges Increase as Trump's Inauguration Approaches
When Donald Trump promised to strengthen border policing right after he won the election, João (not his real name), who is from the state of Rondônia, realized it was time to speed things up when it came to crossing the border, so he set out to do so before Trump's inauguration on the 20th of January.
Published on 01/10/2017 - 13h23
- Number of Brazilians detained by in the US borders increases 142%
The number of Brazilians detained trying to immigrate to the United States grew 142 percent from 2015 to last year, according to data from the US Border Patrol.
Published on 01/04/2017 - 09h04
- Venezuelans Use Illegal Route to Buy Food in Brazil
Retired, João Pereira de Oliveira, 64, bought a piece of land one year ago to build his house and rest. The plan was going fine until the President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, decided to close the border between his country and Brazil.
Published on 01/02/2017 - 13h06
- Itamaraty Searching for Group of Brazilians Who Tried to Enter the United States by Boat
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has revealed that it is searching for a group of Brazilians who tried to enter the United States illegally by boat.
Published on 12/26/2016 - 14h18
- Stuck in Venezuela After Mountain Climbing Expedition, Brazilian Woman Describes Chaos and Escape Through the Forest
Gabriela (not her real name), 60, arrived in Venezuela on December 9th to climb Mount Roraima with nine other Brazilians. One week later when she returned to Santa Elena de Uairén, she found the city in chaos caused by the decision in Caracas to withdraw the 100-bolívar note from circulation.
Published on 12/23/2016 - 12h26
- Brazil Will Resettle Refugees from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala
At the beginning of the next year the Brazilian government will launch a program to resettle refugees called "Northern Triangle," comprised of Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala.
Published on 12/16/2016 - 12h03
- Over 3,000 Filipinos Live in Cemeteries
For 35 years, Aurora Cura, 63, has lived in a cemetery in Pasay, in greater Manila. She raised her seven children there, four of which have built their own houses using parts of the tombs, the headstones or even, in the case of the Cura's family home, the trees in the cemetery.
Published on 12/15/2016 - 12h01
- Temer Calls Trump to Talk About Common Economic Agenda
On Tuesday (13), a month after Donald Trump's victory, President Michel Temer called the president-elect of the United States to discuss a common economic agenda between the two countries.
Published on 12/14/2016 - 11h55
- Filipinos Play Cards to Pay for Funerals
In October, Emma Bernardino, a resident of Santa Cruz, in Greater Manila, received two bad news.
Published on 12/14/2016 - 11h53
- "Asian Trump", Philippine Leader Fights War on Drugs and Causes Controversy
Rodrigo Duterte has already been dubbed the "Asian Trump" by the eastern press.
Published on 12/13/2016 - 11h27