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Chicken consumerism fuelling deforestation in Brazil [Video]

Chicken consumerism fuelling deforestation in Brazil

Eating chicken from some of our main supermarkets equals deforestation in Brazil. Chicken sold by Tesco, Asda and Lidl - and served up at McDonald's and Nando's - is reared on soya grown on what was..

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Brazil's Bolsonaro says he won't take vaccine [Video]

Brazil's Bolsonaro says he won't take vaccine

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro on Thursday said he will not take a vaccine for the coronavirus, calling it his "right." Despite being infected with the virus in July, Bolsonaro has repeatedly..

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Brazil police arrest supervisor in deadly Carrefour beating [Video]

Brazil police arrest supervisor in deadly Carrefour beating

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Brazil anti-racism demonstrations : protests erupt after a black man was killed by security guards [Video]

Brazil anti-racism demonstrations : protests erupt after a black man was killed by security guards

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Oddly-shaped centre circle causes stir in Brazil’s third division [Video]

Oddly-shaped centre circle causes stir in Brazil’s third division

Centre-oval would be a better description for the markings drawn on the pitch Brazilian third division soccer match.

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Brazil anti-racism demos : Protests erupt after a black man was killed by security guards [Video]

Brazil anti-racism demos : Protests erupt after a black man was killed by security guards

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AstraZeneca, 3rd Major COVID-19 Vaccine, Shown to Be Effective and Cheaper

On Monday, the drugmaker announced the "exciting results" based on an analysis of trials in the UK and Brazil.

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Brazil racism protests: Widespread anger over killing of Black man [Video]

Brazil racism protests: Widespread anger over killing of Black man

Anger in Brazil over the killing of a Black man at a supermarket.

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‘I urge automobile industry to manufacture flex-fuel engines’: Nitin Gadkari

Union minister Nitin Gadkari urged the automobile industry to manufacture flex fuel engines in the country. The road transport and highways minister was addressing a virtual conference. Gadkari..

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Nitin Gadkari urges automakers to introduce flex-fuel engines in country [Video]

Nitin Gadkari urges automakers to introduce flex-fuel engines in country

Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari urged automobile industry to introduce flex-fuel engines. He said, "I am not satisfied that industries are not giving the cooperation. In..

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'Carrefour murderer!': Brazil sees more protests after black man killed by security guards [Video]

'Carrefour murderer!': Brazil sees more protests after black man killed by security guards

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Perfection achieved at kitesurfing event in Brazil [Video]

Perfection achieved at kitesurfing event in Brazil

Maxime Chabloz receives perfect marks for one of his tricks as he wins SuperKite Brasil 2020, an international kitesurfing event.

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Brazil protests : outrage growing over black man killing [Video]

Brazil protests : outrage growing over black man killing

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Brazil municipal elections : Brazilian vote to elect mayors, city councilors [Video]

Brazil municipal elections : Brazilian vote to elect mayors, city councilors

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Protests erupt in Brazil after black man beaten to death by supermarket security [Video]

Protests erupt in Brazil after black man beaten to death by supermarket security

People protested in a Carrefour supermarket in Rio de Janeiro after the death of a Black man beaten by white security guards at another branch in Porto Alegre. The killing has sparked outrage on social..

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Brazil: Black man beaten to death by supermarket security guards [Video]

Brazil: Black man beaten to death by supermarket security guards

Carrefour Brasil said it terminated the contract of a security firm whose employees had beaten to death a Black man at one of its supermarkets in Brazil.

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Brazilian children meet Santa virtually [Video]

Brazilian children meet Santa virtually

At the Norteshopping shopping center in Rio de Janeiro, Santa's village has adapted by having children meet Santa via video conference.

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Plane with first doses of CoronaVac vaccine lands in Brazil [Video]

Plane with first doses of CoronaVac vaccine lands in Brazil

Brazil has received its first batch of the Chinese-made CoronaVac vaccine despite a political and diplomatic row over whether to use it.View on euronews

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29-0 loss reopens debate on women's football in Brazil [Video]

29-0 loss reopens debate on women's football in Brazil

VIDEO SHOWS: PLAYERS TRAINING ON PITCH / SOUNDBITES FROM PLAYERS RESENDING WITH COMPLETE SCRIPT SHOWS: EMBU, SAO PAULO STATE, BRAZIL (RECENT - NOVEMBER 6, 2020) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. VARIOUS OF

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