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Foto: Povo Munduruku
20 Novembro 2019
América Latina e Caribe
América do Sul
Brasil
Na quinta-feira 21 de novembro, às 15h, na Maloca da Universidade de Brasília (UnB), será realizada uma coletiva de imprensa com uma delegação de 50 lideranças do povo indígena Munduruku, que debaterá os planos do governo Bolsonaro de regularizar mineração em terras indígenas e de retomar megaprojetos de hidroeletricidade e logística para a bacia do rio Tapajós, explicitando também a situação
Hugo Rainho
4 Novembro 2019
Europa
O New York Times investigou e o trabalho deu frutos: dos 58 mil milhões de euros anuais que a União Europeia disponibiliza para a agricultura, uma parte fica nos bolsos dos mais poderosos, entre eles, os líderes populistas húngaro e checo.
 

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