Brasil de Fato
Argentine delegation will travel to Bolivia to observe the post-coup situation

Representatives of social organizations and NGOs will arrive to the neighboring country to denounce human rights violations committed in the post-coup period.

The people will not allow the coup in Bolivia, says Venezuelan ambassador

Crisbeylee González, the Venezuelan ambassador to Bolivia, and her team of diplomats were forced to return to their country after threats from the de facto government and xenophobic attacks. She talks about the nature of the coup

On Black Awareness Day, Brazilians march for rights and the end of black genocide

Demonstrators took to the streets in several cities to celebrate black activists and a different project for society

Lula returns to North East of Brazil for Free Lula Festival

250,000 people gathered to hear the ex-president who was released from prison on November 8 after spending 580 days unjustly incarcerated

Guaidó backers forcibly enter Venezuelan embassy in Brasília

Paramilitary group remained inside the embassy for more than 12 hours

Peoples’ BRICS Summit closing statement: “We demand changes so we can have a future”

Two-day event was held in Brasília before the BRICS Summit where heads of governments will meet

Lula to supporters: “We cannot allow militiamen to destroy the country we have built”

Outside Metal Workers’ Union, ex-president attacked Bolsonaro government and reiterated his will to fight for justice

Researchers and activists from five countries will debate about imperialism, economic and political crisis, solidarity, and integration. (Photo: Handout) “Peoples’ BRICS” to be held concurrently with BRICS Summit

People’s movements, unions, and parties will debate common issues between Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa

Lula’s first speech after release: gratitude to supporters and plans to tour Brazil

“I leave here at age 74 and my heart only has room for love. Love will win in this country,” the ex-president said

Brazil’s Supreme Court ruling could free Lula

In a 6-5 vote, Brazil’s top court ruled that people cannot be imprisoned until they have exhausted all legal remedies

Latest developments in the Marielle Franco case and how Bolsonaro could be involved

Scoops, controversies, and threats of authoritarianism marked last week in one of Brazil’s most notorious cases

Lula: “You have no idea how much drive I have to fight”

Ex-president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva spoke with Brasil de Fato about his political imprisonment and the situation in the country

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