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BrianMier
Correspondent for TV news program "From the South". Native Chicagoan who has lived 25 years in Brazil. Editor of "Year of Lead".
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BrianMier 1h
Viradouro Samba School in Niteroi, RJ, Brazil, has turned its costume-production facilities over to volunteer seamstresses who are producing masks for free community distribution.
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teleSUR English 5h
continues to receive flights with migrants deported from the , despite the WHO recommendations to restrain passenger traffic.
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Brasil Wire 5h
“We are headed for Chaos”: Professor Domingos Neto on Brazil’s Military, Moro, and Bolsonaro. .
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teleSUR English 4h
poses a deadly threat to Indigenous peoples in the Amazon rainforest.
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Dareece Polo 3h
A French medical doctor proposed that Africans be used to test coronavirus treatments since they don’t have masks, treatment or resuscitation. This is totally absurd.
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BrianMier 8h
Replying to @BrianMteleSUR
More information on this in English, here
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teleSUR English 10h
Venezuela and its president are simultaneously engaged in a war on two fronts, against the virus and now again to attacks perpetrated from the United States.
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Breaking: The Brazilian Association of Jurists for Democracy files a complaint against President Jair Bolsonaro at the ICC in The Hague, for crimes against humanity committed during his handling of the coronavirus.
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BrianMier 9h
Replying to @BrianMteleSUR
The fact that someone who supported all of this, who is now working as national Health Minister, is being praised as a voice of reason within the Bolsonaro administration shows the sad state of affairs that has befallen on Brazil since the US-backed 2016 coup .
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BrianMier 9h
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"Tchau Querida" ("Ciao Dear") was the sexist slogan of the conservatives who, upon talking power, canceled Roussesff's allocation of Petrobras profits the the public health system, froze health spending for 20 years, and, under Bolsonaro, expelled 8000 Cuban doctors from Brazil.
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BrianMier 9h
Brazilian Health Minister Henrique Mandetta has made news recently due to the pandemic. Here he is in 2016 enthusiastically supporting President Rousseff's illegal impeachment process that was unmasked in 's Oscar nominated film Edge of Democracy.
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BrianMier 11h
In an interview on the right-wing radio show Jovem Pan, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro announces that he is going to issue a decree to end lockdowns and force people to go back to work. Yesterday, the number of confirmed cases rose to 7910.
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teleSUR English 19h
Meanwhile, President has dismissed the virus as “a little flu” and told Brazilians to get back to work.
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Solid analysis by Fiona Edwards
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In his address to the Brazilian people tonight, far right President Bolsonaro called on a "day of fasting and prayer" to fight the coronavirus.
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teleSUR English 18h
"We understand that the United States is facing difficulties, and some U.S. officials are under pressure, and we feel deeply for the hardship of the American people."
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Camila 19h
Why don't 150-page annual DEA reports from 2015 - 2019 mention any of this? What government reports or documents evidence these claims prior to last week's false flag? There aren't even govt hearings where specific information is provided. The U.S. has manufactured a total life.
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Replying to @telesurenglish
The former head of UN Drug Control Agency, Pino Arlacchi, spoke with about the latest attacks on Venezuela by the United States.
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Historic.ly 18h
All revolutions begin peacefully. Usually, it begins with a request from workers asking for living wages. It always doesn't end peacefully, because this simple request is often met by unimaginable violence by the ruling class.
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Nick MacWilliam Apr 2
Yes but your shoddy + servile coverage of the sham trial of - a dead cert to win the presidency - helped legitimise Bolsonaro's fraudulent election. Now with the havoc he's causing, you hope to cover your tracks. But we see you.
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