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How Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva would govern Brazil

Economist 30 Sep 2022
Why? Because Brazil stopped building refineries ... We were building oil rigs in Brazil, we were building platforms in Brazil, we were exploring [finding and pumping] oil at a price in reais ... \nWe are going to go back to building refineries in this country, because Brazil must have ...
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Indigenous defenders stand between illegal roads and survival of the Amazon rainforest – elections in ...

The Facts 30 Sep 2022
October’s elections in Brazil and Peru could be a turning point away from deforestation, unsustainable road building and the targeting of Indigenous lands – or the election results could continue to ... But the Indigenous communities near the border between Peru and Brazil are on their homelands.
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Lula vs Bolsonaro: Countdown to Brazil’s elections

The Real News Network 30 Sep 2022
Tensions have been building for months as Brazil heads for an electoral showdown that will have major implications for the country and for the world ... Tensions have been building for months as Brazil heads for an electoral showdown that will have major implications for the country and, frankly, for the world ... That is not common in Brazil.
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Net cost of Irish banks bailout rises to €45.7bn, comptroller says

The Irish Times 30 Sep 2022
Matt Kavanagh Joe Brennan. Fri Sep 30 2022 - 18.39 ... The C & puts the total investment into the three surviving Irish banks — AIB, Bank of Ireland and Permanent TSB — as well as the now-defunct Anglo Irish Bank and Irish Nationwide Building Society, at €66.8 billion. READ MORE. New threats from Bolsonaro against Brazil’s electoral system. .
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NFL teams use new rights to jockey for fans, revenue in UK

The Maryville Daily Times 30 Sep 2022
Eighteen teams were awarded the rights — in various countries, eight in total — on five-year deals during which teams can sell sponsorships and merchandise, build their “global brands” and attract new fans. The seven other countries are Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, Mexico and Spain.
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NFL teams jockey for fans, revenue in UK

Atlantic City 30 Sep 2022
Eighteen teams were awarded the rights — in various countries, eight in total — on five-year deals during which teams can sell sponsorships and merchandise, build their “global brands” and attract new fans. The seven other countries are Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, Mexico and Spain.
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Indigenous defenders stand between illegal roads and survival of the Amazon rainforest

Phys Dot Org 29 Sep 2022
October's elections in Brazil and Peru could be a turning point away from deforestation, unsustainable road building and the targeting of Indigenous lands—or the election results could continue to ... But the Indigenous communities near the border between Peru and Brazil are on their homelands ... Indigenous lands block Brazil deforestation.
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Risk of urban tree falls in São Paulo is influenced by building height and neighborhood ...

Phys Dot Org 29 Sep 2022
According to a study in the journal Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, the factors that most influence and increase the risk of tree failure in São Paulo (the capital of São Paulo state in Brazil) are the height of nearby buildings and the age of the neighborhood.
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In sacred Brazil dunes, critics see evangelical encroachment

Journal Review 29 Sep 2022
SALVADOR, Brazil (AP) — The vast blanket of white sand overlooking Salvador is a place to escape rumbling traffic, pinging phones and crying children ... This year the dunes have become a flashpoint after City Hall began building a plaza and welcome center at one spot along their base, with a staircase up the sand soon to follow.
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‘I want Lula back’: Brazil’s leftist veteran could be poised for stunning comeback

The Observer 29 Sep 2022
But the crowds that flooded the building this week came to hear another silver-haired celebrity. Brazil’s former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, who could be just days away from one of the most stunning political comebacks in recent history ... ‘Olê, olá, Lula!’ Brazil’s voters sing for a heroic comeback to banish Bolsonaro.
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NFL teams work to increase revenue and fan base in UK

Chicago Sun-Times 29 Sep 2022
Eighteen teams were awarded the rights — in various countries, eight in total — on five-year deals during which teams can sell sponsorships and merchandise, build their “global brands” and attract new fans. The seven other countries are Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, Mexico and Spain.
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India, Brazil support each other's candidacy at UNSC: Brazilian envoy

Beijing News 29 Sep 2022
Further talking about the relationship between India and Brazil, the Ambassador stressed that though Brazil isn't the first country that comes to mind, hence both countries have to ensure building new bridges at this moment ... So, we are not the first moment when you think of other countries, you don't immediately think of Brazil.
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‘I want Lula back’: Brazil’s leftist veteran could be poised for comeback

The Guardian 29 Sep 2022
But the crowds that flooded the building this week came to hear another silver-haired celebrity.
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‘Lift this country up’: trans pioneer Erika Hilton seeks Brazil election win

The Observer 28 Sep 2022
In 2020 became the first trans person elected to the city council, Brazil’s largest ... So for the last three years, much of it restricted anyway because of the pandemic, she has thrown herself into her work, building a base she wants to fight alongside her to “rescue” Brazil from the far right and the dominant white, male power structures.

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