Business

Senate Approves Measure Allowing Full Foreign Ownership of Brazilian Airlines

Airlines must also allow provide a baggage allowance on domestic flights

Business

Government Yields to Protesters and Will Use Reserves to Free Up Money for Education

Decision made just one week after protesters took to the streets in more than 170 cities across Brazil

Brazil

Bolsonaro Changes Decree and Now Common Citizens Cannot Carry Rifles

In addition to limiting rifles, changes also include new age requirements

Business

Natura Buys Avon and Becomes the 4th Largest Beauty Company in The World

Company will have US$10 billion in revenue and 40,000 employees

Sports

Cuban-Born Volleyball Player Has Mixed Feelings on His Selection to Brazilian Team

Attacker will be the first naturalized athlete to play for Brazilian team in an official tournament

Brazil

Widow of Slain Musician Tells Judge that She Felt Relieved When She First Saw Army

Witnesses to operation that left two dead and one injured spoke to Military Justice on Tuesday

Brazil

Discretionary Budget of Federal Universities Returns to Pre-2009 Level

During trip to USA Bolsonaro continues to mock protests

Business

Study Says Brazil's Economy Is on Brink of A Depression

Depression will happen if GDP fails to grow for third year in a row

Brazil

Bolsonaro Decides to Skip Pro-Government Protests and Requests Ministers to Do The Same

President considered going to demonstrations on May 26 but he was counseled not to go

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