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As part of a campaign to defend their rights, Indigenous leaders are denouncing abuses from Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and his administration.

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The Mint has capacity to produce 3.5 billion banknotes and 4 billion coins a year, apart from the issuance of postage and holographic stamps, passports and other products.

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The ceremony coincides with the Amazon Synod.

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In December, a Brazilian government report said the main obstacle to its request to join the OECD, first made in May 2017, was opposition by the United States and the U.S. Trade Representative's office in particular.

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The AFL-CIO Lula's decades of struggle for the advancement of workers' rights, the strengthening of Brazilian democracy and their struggle for greater equality and justice in the world.

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The state-owned company stressed that no oil spills have been reported in its facilities, which are about 6,650 km away from the Brazilian coasts.

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Lula’s letter was read during the 13th CUT National Congress, which started on Monday in the city of Praia Grande, where delegates are discussing the current international situation and electing new leaders.

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Two Nazi sympathizers were acquitted of charges of spreading Nazism in Santa Catarina, the Brazilian state where the first Nazi cell abroad was set up in 1928.

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