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- Focus of Controversy, Jamanxim in Pará State, Suffers Increasing Deforestation
Focus of pressure from 'grileiros' (land seizers and possessors) and the congressional rural caucus who aim to get its area reduced, the Jamanxim National Forest (Flona) has registered more than twice as much deforestation in two months than the total area deforested during all of 2017.
Published on 06/20/2018 - 11h16
- 'What Was Your 7-1?', Is the Question Asked by Scolari in Motivational Talk
In front of an audience of executives and employees of the pharmaceutical farming industry, the five-time world champion Luiz Felipe Scolari, 69, asks: "What was your 7-1?".
Published on 06/15/2018 - 11h12
- Skeptical Brazilian Soccer Fans Paint Street with Argentine Colors in Piauí
The Eighth Street in the neighborhood of Real Copagre, in Teresina, the capital of Piauí, became Argentina's most recent headquarters in the Russia Soccer World Cup.
Published on 06/14/2018 - 14h02
- A Child or Adolescent is Involved in a Work-Related Accident Every 3.5 Hours
Nearly 16 thousand Brazilian children and adolescents up to the age of 18 were involved in accidents while working between 2012 and 2017, according to data from the Digital Observatory of Labor Health and Safety (Observatório Digital de Saúde e Segurança do Trabalho) from the Public Labor Ministry (MPT) and the International Labor Organization (OIT).
Published on 06/12/2018 - 12h43
- Judge Moro Takes on Average Two Days Off per Month in order to Travel across Brazil and Abroad
In order to go to the opera in Monaco earlier this month, which he watched from the royal cabin, Judge Sergio Moro had to request a five-day leave of absence to take time off from the 13th Federal Court in Curitiba, Paraná. Since the beginning of 2017, he has requested 37 days off - an average of two days off per month, not including vacation.
Published on 06/11/2018 - 12h13
- Law Sanctioned by Former President Lula Complicates His Situation as A Prisoner
The then-president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva had not completed a year in office in 2003, when he sanctioned a law that, 15 years later, would make him lose his sleep over his deadlock with Operation Car Wash (Lava Jato).
Published on 06/08/2018 - 10h27
- Caixa Spent US$ 4.26 million in Event for Employees
Brazilian bank Caixa spent R$ 16.6 million (US$ 2.26 million) in May, in an event for 6,000 employees at Estadio Mane Garrincha, a soccer stadium in Brasilia. A 'micareta' led by singer Saulo (former banda Eva) closed the event, which was hosted by soap opera actors and actresses from Globo, and it was organized to announce the bank's goals for 2018, some of which were quite strict: cutting R$ 2.5 billion (US$ 0.65 billion) in costs and closing one hundred branches.
Published on 06/08/2018 - 10h06
- Protesting Police Officers Invade Governmental Headquarters in Minas Gerais
On Wednesday afternoon (the 6th), hundreds of public safety & security servants invaded the external area of the Liberty Palace (Palácio da Liberdade), the headquarters of the Government of Minas Gerais in Belo Horizonte, the State's Capital.
Published on 06/07/2018 - 11h08
- Brazil's Supreme Court Suspends Requirement of Paper Votes in This Year's Elections
With eight votes in favor and two against, the majority of Brazil's Supreme Court decided to suspend the implantation of paper ballots in this year's elections and only electronic ballot boxes will be used.
Published on 06/07/2018 - 10h54
- President Temer's Concessions to Truck Drivers Open Up Other Fronts in the Crisis
The concessions made by the Temer Government to truck drivers have opened up other fronts in the crisis, involving governmental ministers, regulatory agencies, control entities, the country's states and business owners and operators.
Published on 06/07/2018 - 10h52