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Brazil Remembers 50 Years of Its Militar Coup

  Exactly 50 years ago, the military took power in Brazil and forced President João Goulart into exile in Uruguay. Planned with the support of the United States, which feared the influence of Cuba and the Soviet Union in Latin … Continue reading

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New Equipment Increase Competitiveness of the Port of Salvador

The Terminal of Containers of the Port of Salvador, Bahia, (Tecon) initiated in this Friday (2) the installation of new equipment that permit the mooring of the greatest freighters of the world.  Manufactured in the Chinese, the ‘portêineres’ do the … Continue reading

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Argentina, a neighbor not that friendly when it comes to nuclear issues

President of Argentina, Cristina Kirchner, with the President of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, and humanitarian leader Hebe de Bonafini/Photo Telam-ABr   Since Lula’s inauguration in Brazil’s Government, in 2003, the political relations of the greatest country of the Latin America with … Continue reading

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