Today we look at renewed protests for democracy in Swaziland, the new government announced by the Taliban in Afghanistan, and more
Far-right Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro has called on his supporters to participate in mass mobilizations on September 7, Brazilian Independence Day, amid a continued drop in approval ratings and increased scrutiny from both the legislative and judiciary over his government’s actions.
Actions for “Vaccine in the arm, food on the plate and get out Bolsonaro” were organized in at least 400 cities across Brazil and saw the participation of 750 thousand people
The study also reveals that 43% of the population blames the president for the worsening COVID-19 crisis
The measure took its first steps in congress and Arthur Lira promises to discuss matter “very quickly.” The debate begins next week
Report shows that 175 trans women were murdered last year, 68% of victims were black
The Quilombo Campo Grande camp is resisting an eviction which began early on August 12. The camp is home to 450 landless families who have been living, producing and working there for over 2 decades.
Dom Pedro Casaldáliga Plá was renowned for his defense of the rights of indigenous people and the poor
Bolsonaro’s grave mismanagement of the virus has made Brazil the global epicenter of COVID-19.
Administrative malpractice and criminal negligence on environmental issues are part of the document submitted on Tuesday
São Paulo begins a new phase of reopening, but flexibility has its victims, expert warns of infection rate increase