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Brazil's Temer appoints new justice minister days before crucial electoral court decision

Brazilian president Michel Temer's office gave no reason for the new appointment. Critics fear Temer could be trying to influence a key electoral court decision that could see him forced from office.
Deutsche Welle

Brazilian musicians arrange protest concert demanding new President

[Brazil], May 29 (ANI): Some of the best Brazilian musicians organized a protest concert on Sunday, demanding the resignation of President Michel Temer amid corruption allegations. They also called
Sify Also reported by •ANI NewsDNA

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News video: Brazilian President Ousting Called For By Top Musicians

Brazilian President Ousting Called For By Top Musicians 00:44

While pressure mounts on the country's leader to resign amid corruption allegations, on Sunday top Brazilian musical performers lent their talents to the latest protest calling for a new presidential..
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News video: Top Brazilian Musicians Hold Protest Concert

Top Brazilian Musicians Hold Protest Concert 00:41

Top Brazilian musical performers are lending their talents to the latest protest in the country calling for new presidential elections. according to the AP, pressure is mounting for the country's..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: Ian Bremmer Says Impeachment Likely Soon in Brazil

Ian Bremmer Says Impeachment Likely Soon in Brazil 02:08

May.26 -- In today's "Single Best Chart," Bloomberg's Tom Keene and Francine Lacqua display the trade of the Brazilian real against the U.S. dollar going back to 1996. They speak with Ian Bremmer,..
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News video: Military withdraws from Brazil capital

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Brazil's embattled President Michel Temer withdrew the military from the capital's streets on Thursday after their deployment following wide-scale vandalism and arson on government ministries..
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News video: Brazilian Protests Escalate

Brazilian Protests Escalate 01:03

Brazilian President Michel Temer issued a decree, allowing military intervention against protestors, only to revoke the act the next day.
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Scandal-hit Brazilian leader Temer picks new justice minister

BRASILIA (Reuters) - Scandal-plagued Brazilian President Michel Temer on Sunday named a new justice minister, placing a respected legal figure in the position as the leader defends himself against..
Reuters Also reported by •DNA

Michel Temer faces tough fight for political survival

Hit by corruption allegations, Brazil's leader is likely to leave office, analysts say, though how and when are unclear.
Al Jazeera

Brazil's JBS says Batista brothers resign from the board

JBS SA, the world's largest meatpacker, said on Friday the brothers Joesley and Wesley Batista who own the company and are ensnared in a corruption scandal that threatens to topple Brazil's President..
DNA

POLL-Brazil's economic agenda likely to survive Temer's imminent ouster

Brazil's interest rates will probably be cut sharply this year, the inflation target reduced and a pension overhaul approved even if a corruption scandal topples President Michel Temer, as is widely..
DNA

Allies of Brazil's Temer prepare for 'the day after'

Allies of beleaguered Brazilian President Michel Temer are waiting for a crucial electoral court ruling in early June rather than withdrawing support now, but they are already preparing a grand bargain..
DNA

Brazil president backtracks on troop deployment after riots

Brazil's President Michel Temer called troops off the streets of the capital, backtracking after deploying them to guard government buildings following riots by protesters demanding his resignation.
DNA

Brazil's Temer ends deployment of troops in capital in face of backlash

Brazilian President Michel Temer on Thursday removed federal troops from the streets of the nation's capital, a day after sending in the army to contain violent protests against his scandal-plagued..
DNA

FACTBOX-Key Brazil legislation that could be affected by political storm

Allegations of corruption against Brazilian President Michel Temer has triggered a political crisis that threatens to end his center-right government and derail his pro-business agenda that includes..
DNA

Brazil gov't revokes decree deploying troops in Brasilia

BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's government revoked on Thursday a presidential decree that deployed army soldiers in the Brazilian capital to contain protests against President Michel Temer and his..
Reuters India Also reported by •DNA

Brazil's Temer deploys army troops as protesters battle police

Protesters demanding the resignation of Brazilian President Michel Temer staged running battles with police and set fire to a ministry building in Brasilia on Wednesday, prompting the scandal-hit..
DNA Also reported by •Zee NewsReuters India

Thousands protest against Temer, reforms in Brasilia

BRASILIA (Reuters) - Thousands of protesters gathered in the Brazilian capital on Wednesday to demand early elections to replace the scandal-hit government of President Michel Temer and demand that..
Reuters India Also reported by •DNA

Analysis - No clear contender to replace Brazil's embattled Temer

Key members of Brazil's coalition government are struggling to find a consensus candidate to replace President Michel Temer should he be forced from office by a massive corruption probe that has..
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

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