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Missão brasileira embarca com toneladas de material a Beirute
International

Brazil mission sends 6 tons of humanitarian aid to Lebanon

The Brazilian government is also supporting the country through the National Risk and Disaster Management Center (Cenad) and the National Space Research Institute (Inpe), which continue to collaborate in the process of putting together maps with satellite images of Beirut for emergency post-disaster mapping activities.

O ex-presidente Michel Temer deixa a sede da Polícia Federal no Rio de Janeiro, após o desembargador federal Antonio Ivan Athié, do Tribunal Regional Federal da 2a Região (TRF2), determinar a soltura do ex-presidente.
Justice

Judge orders release of Brazil’s ex-President Temer

Federal Judge Antonio Ivan Athié today (Mar. 25) ruled th release of former Brazilian President Michel Temer, ex-minister Moreira Franco and six other people as part of an operation launched Thursday (21) by the Federal Police and federal prosecutors.

Presidente Michel Temer durante encontro com servidores da Presidência da República, no Palácio do Planalto.
Politics

Former President Temer accused of bribery in Angra 3 works

Former President Michel Temer and ex-Minister of Mines and Energy Wellington Moreira Franco—both arrested today (Mar. 21)—are being accused of having pocketed kickbacks related to construction works at the Angra 3 Nuclear Power Plant in Rio de Janeiro.

O presidente Michel Temer coordena a última reunião ministerial de seu governo, no Palácio do Planalto.
Politics

Brazil president quips, says he will miss “Temer out”

In a playful tone, President Michel Temer said he will miss the shouts of “Fora, Temer” (“Temer out!”), often heard at anti-government demonstrations since he took office in May 2016. The good-humored statement was made today (Dec. 19), during his last cabinet meeting.

Justice

President Temer signs Cesare Battisti's extradition decree

President Michel Temer signed on Friday (14) Italian Cesare Battisti's extradition decree. The Presidential Palace confirmed the information.  Battisti was convicted to life in prison in his country.