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YouTube said it had suspended the Brazilian President for one week, while Facebook and Instagram have removed his live broadcast from last week.
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"What (Bolsonaro) wants is to prevent the disinformation and hate speech he and his supporters spread from continuing to be removed by platforms," said opposition politician Alessandro Molon.
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Indigenous people in Brazil have filed a complaint against far-right president Jair Bolsonaro at the International Criminal Court at the Hague. Tribes say his negligence led to at least 1,160 deaths.
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Lula, 75, led the Latin American country between 2003 and 2010 and is now considering mounting a challenge to Bolsonaro for a third and final term after his corruption convictions were overturned.
Protests against Bolsonaro held across Brazil after court decision
Demonstrators gathered by the thousands in more than 40 cities to demand Bolsonaro's impeachment or greater access to vaccines against COVID-19.
Brazil court approves investigation into Bolsonaro over vaccine deal
Prosecutors will investigate whether Brazil's president committed the crime of “prevarication" by not reporting a complaint to the federal police.
Hundreds of protesters call for Brazil's president to step down
Anti-government protesters have taken to the streets in cities across Brazil as the nation's confirmed death toll from COVID-19 soared past half a million.
Bolsonaro fined 75 euros for not wearing a face mask at biker rally
Brazil's far-right president spoke to 12,000 bikers at an event in Sao Paulo where he cast doubt on the death toll from coronavirus.
Brazil: Tens of thousands protest Bolsonaro's response to COVID-19
Protesters are calling for the president to be impeached. Brazil has the world's second-highest death toll with more than 461,000 lives lost since the beginning of the pandemic.
Salgado's exhibition highlights Amazon forest destruction
Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado teamed up with musician Jean-Michel to highlight the destruction of the Amazon forest, and to slam Bolsonaro
COVID-19: India records new case high as Brazil sees deadliest month
More than 386,450 new cases were reported across India on Friday, as the army opened up its hospitals. Meanwhile, Brazil became the second country to officially top 400,000 COVID-19 deaths.
Brazil's virus outlook darkens amid COVID vaccine delays
The Health Ministry has cut its outlook for vaccine supplies in April three times already, to half their initial level, and the country’s two biggest laboratories are facing supply constraints.
Brazil's daily deaths from COVID pass 4,000 mark for first time
Only the US and Peru have had daily death tolls higher than 4,000. Brazil's pandemic toll is quickly approaching 340,000, the second-highest in the world.
Brazil military chiefs quit as Bolsonaro seeks their support
The leaders of all three branches of Brazil’s armed forces jointly resigned following President Jair Bolsonaro's replacement of the defence minister
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They cheered the 66-year-old outside the presidential palace in the capital, Brasilia.
Brazil's Bolsonaro picks fourth health minister in year as COVID rages
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Private clinics start ordering COVID-19 jabs in Brazil
Brazil’s health ministry has yet to deliver details of its national vaccination plan. The central government has tasked state governors, research institutes, and private clinics with acquiring the jabs. Our International correspondent Anelise Borges is in Rio de Janeiro.