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Brazil 'super minister' quits in Bolsonaro's worst crisis yet

Reuters Friday, 24 April 2020
Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro suffered the heaviest blow to his presidency so far as his popular justice minister quit on Friday and accused him of potentially criminal meddling in law enforcement, adding to the turmoil of a government struggling to confront a fast-growing coronavirus outbreak.
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