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Fresh update on "brazil" discussed on BBC Newshour

BBC Newshour

03:05 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "brazil" discussed on BBC Newshour

"Loving family. One of many doctor Carneiro hopes Pieces. No Talia Pasolini, a reporting well, let's talk to Ethel, Mass yell epidemiologist and professor at the federal University of a spirit to Santo in southeast Brazil. Welcome to the program. Why do you think more babies? It seems in Brazil are being badly affected. And then so many a dying from Cove. It Another then another countries. Hi. Jamie's I should talk to you. Brazil is a chaos at the moment. We don't have a national coordinator. We are in the fourth minister for health in the middle of a pandemic. Now we old people and getting a very serious disease in coffee, 19 and even Children, and they are diagnosing very late. We have a few test as the interview so bright right now and what we need now is everyone that has any sign off and symptoms? Need to be testing for Corbett 19. But right now there's you. We are. We have a lock off testing. We have locked off coordinator. We don't have Like, um We don't have a minister for health. This is the sense situation. Is there something about the variant or variant circulating Brazil at the moment that is affecting Children? Babies worse? Yes, probably did we have right now they'd be one is the dominant very lt in oh, all states in Brazil right now, and we are seeing a change. In the in the age off people that are going to the ICU unit. Is there the intensive care unit and more young and Children and even pregnancy will woman we are seeing a lot off many cases right now. So that as they spread off the this new variant is very acela rate In this moment, we don't have more risk group. Everyone. Is that a risk right now, Right. Every everyone's just just as much at risk. And even if Children babies are diagnosed earlier, is there the capacity in intensive care units to treat all those who need treatment? Might mouth James. We are in the very serious situation because we are we are in the lock off some medication for the I C U And those some states as real visionary, and somehow that red as people in the ICU without this sedation, the medication for for For to be in the ICU, and we are very worried right now to have two Don't have this medication should guarantee The care off this patient, right? So there's a shortage of sedatives. And does that mean that some covert patients who are having trouble breathing or being intubated without sedatives? Yes, Right now. This is already happened in Rio de Janiero and some power, which is the biggest states in population. Brazil there is there is a red on Lee sedation for three more days. So we are very worried. The minister of Health is try to buy in them the national market, But right now we are It's a chaos. We are very worried about this patient in the next patient that there will be need for this medication. Yes, because it's incredibly painful. I understand we're gonna have to leave it there. But I thought my CL professor at the federal University of a Spiritist center many thanks for joining us here on news are today. As ever. There is much more on the pandemic ALS the latest developments from around the world that our website BBC dot com Forward slash news. You're listening to decide to stay with us. We've got a lot more coming up in the second half of the program. We're going to be hearing about Mama in just a few minutes time..

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WHO: Europe Has Surpassed 1 Million COVID-19 Deaths

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 1 d ago

WHO: Europe Has Surpassed 1 Million COVID-19 Deaths

"Sabrina Cupid for CBS News Atlanta Top World Health Organization official says Europe has surpassed one million deaths from covert 19 and the situation remains serious with about 1.6 million new cases reported each week in the region account by Johns Hopkins University shows Nearly three million deaths have been linked to covert 19 worldwide, with the Americas being hit the hardest, followed by Europe. The U. S. Brazil in Mexico have reported the

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Fresh update on "brazil" discussed on Good Assassins: Hunting the Butcher

Good Assassins: Hunting the Butcher

02:41 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "brazil" discussed on Good Assassins: Hunting the Butcher

"Breathing that role cover. Is the very air that you breathe scar on his chest. You would later. Reveal wasn't a war wounded. All was the result of a minor operation in israel to remove an abscess. Neo hadn't been wounded during the war and he'd had no idea that he was going to undo the buttons until after he did it was like this character and time coons la had taken over and told the story were experiences without even realizing it. The masada agent was deep in the role. He didn't have to make these things up like any good actor whose improvising in the moment meal told sucres that he and his partners were thinking of investing heavily in brazil. Zukas got the hint. If they were going to pour money into sao paulo they would need a local contact new. The lay of the land spoke language. Meal never actually said it but he could see the zookeepers sense opportunity. Maybe there was money to be made here after an hour to stood up and headed back to the doc on the way zuber's asked me to come to his house which was at away meet. His family was a good sign. Maybe had begun just a little bit to trust him but me. It was cautious. Couldn't appear to be chasing the butcher. He thought about it for a minute told sucres business. In other parts of the country he would be gone for a week when he came back. If he had time to spare he would call. It was the best he could do. They shook hands on it. Neil walked away got his rented. Vw beetle and left. When you reach the hotel he wrote a report. Senator reeve in paris made contact with late one. I carry on anthem loss. It feels like a constant cycle like my body is always working against me pushing back on all of my progress. I learned that anytime. I lose weight. My body tries to gain it right back finally discovered. It's not entirely my fault. I know healthy. Eating and exercise are important but they may not be enough so i talked to my healthcare provider about whether a prescription medicine could help me lose weight and maintain it together. We made a plan to tackle this a plan to help. Lower my risk of future weight related health issues like heart disease. Doing me and make a change for the better doctor. Your healthcare provider about treatment options to manage your weight. Nissan believes you deserve a car that thrills you so we have to ask. Does your car thrill you. When you hit the pedal do you get something back. A chill your spine goosebumps on your goosebumps when you take off your fingers. Tighten around the steering wheel. Does your heartbeat in your stomach in your breath. Catch your chest is driving. Make you feel alive because it should and if your car doesn't thrill you ours will this is. The new nissan as me was making contact with sucres brazil on the other side of the atlantic. Germany car was driving along. The autobahn inside was a man named tuvia. Friedman freeman was headed to the german capital for meeting with the justice minister. He had a presentation to give if he succeeded with. It would make meals mission completely. Pointless to a friedman was a nazi hunter. It fact freeman was considered one of the two leading nazi hunters in the world. Second only to the more famous activists. Simon wiesenthal was my main goal. My main goal was to as the nazi smell that s who has really been mad at us of hundreds of thousands of to abolish the statute of limitation in germany. To let not smell that as be imprisoned till the end of their life remain had grown up in a small city in eastern poland. A place called rhythm he and his family had watched the nazis arrive. The germans soon put them into a ghetto. Just seventeen when the war started. Freeman saw jews being murdered around him. His father starved himself to death so that his children would have more to eat. Freeman's younger brother herschel. The sister ekka was were taken away to concentration camps. Friedman himself was transported.

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COVID-19 Infections Are Increasing Globally

PRI's The World

01:57 min | 3 d ago

COVID-19 Infections Are Increasing Globally

"Is kind of the pulse of this. Pandemic globally right now alana. Where are we at with infections. Well the big picture of marco is that the world is actually experiencing a steady increase in infections leaders at the. Who again sounded the alarm today. Because it's been seven straight weeks of rising infections actually is some of the highest surges yet in the pandemic and it's been four weeks streep of reisen deaths would areas most impacted. We have a sense of that. So i talked with ali mokdad about this. He's with the institute for health metrics at the university of washington and he's been modeling this pandemic since the start he says what's going on in five regions really stands out so i that is an increase in brazil. That snow started to come down so brazil is the big one. Neighboring countries like argentina and chile are now starting to experience rises to and then here the other hot spots this a big rise which still going on in india pakistan bangladesh at bark that is an increase in europe and the middle east following. What's your doping seeing. That is a. It is in cases in the philippines and that this is in south africa and african country. That's now started to come down so the fact that infections are increasing globally even parts of the us. We don't want to forget that. That really worries him. I mean it sounds like overall the world is just not close to controlling this virus. Do scientists have a handle on why cases continued to rise even with vaccines. Is it now all about the variants. Not points to the variance and lots of scientists do variants like be one one seven have become a dominant in europe and this has been found to be more transmissible. But there's another strong message. I'm hearing from a lot of scientists like angela rasmussen. she's just at georgetown. And as of this month the university of saskatchewan which is that these rises are not just from variants like the breakthrough masking and distancing another really important prevention

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Fresh update on "brazil" discussed on America in the Morning

America in the Morning

00:40 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "brazil" discussed on America in the Morning

"Welcome back to America in the morning honoring Jesus, the country of Brazil. Jim Bohannon has that on the off beat On needs spirituality. Yes. Now town right statue with cheese. Many of us have seen that giant Statue of Jesus overlooking Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Butt get ready that will soon be the second largest statue of Jesus, not just in the world. But in Brazil, the city of incantatory Brazil is planning a statue that beats the Rio statue and outstretched hands. 120 FT wide to 92 FT wide and in height, 140 ft to 125 ft. Change for hang it from someone's neck not included. While back seven year old coal Weaver of Calhoun, Georgia, was playing baseball when he looked down on the grass and saw it a driver's license, also from Calhoun, But Calhoun County, Alabama, 80 miles away. Tornado had carried it to Cole's baseball field. And England. There's an all points bulletin out for a missing bunny. But not just anybody. This particular floppy ears Q. T is Darius A continental giant rabbit and the reward around $3000 is a big reward for a big bunny. Continental giant rabbits could reach £20 and fully stretched out. Darius is four ft three inches long and would definitely jump center on the all Easter Bunny basketball team. Almost had to figure something like this was going to happen, meaning no disrespect to the dead. But they broadcast network has set up a dedicated complaints page for listeners and viewers fed up with the blanket coverage of the death of Prince Philip. What's most remarkable is that the broadcast network is the BBC British Broadcasting Corporation. There's a new course being offered by Northern New Mexico College, which begins in June. A cannabis technician course I wonder how many former students could already get credit? Oh, in Denver, the state of Colorado is taking note of the fact that there are only two ways we voluntarily pay taxes. Lotteries and vanity license plates and are now going to auction off various pot related vanity plates. Available in Colorado are the license plates, Bond hash ganja and is it for 20, a reference to the unofficial marijuana holiday of April 20th? And of course, each plate will go to the highest bidder. The offbeat I'm Jim Bohannon. America in the morning for Friday, April 16th 2021.

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Brazil's ICUs have more young patients than old

NEWS 88.7 Programming

00:11 sec | 4 d ago

Brazil's ICUs have more young patients than old

"Experts say most of the Brazilians in intensive care for covert are under 40. They believe this may be owing to greater exposure to the virus Aunt to lower rates of

Fresh update on "brazil" discussed on Coronavirus 411

Coronavirus 411

02:14 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "brazil" discussed on Coronavirus 411

"This is corona virus. Four one one. The latest covid nineteen info and new hot spots just the facts for april sixteenth. Twenty twenty one world health organization says europe has surpassed one million deaths from covid nineteen and the situation remains serious about one point. Six million new cases are reported each week. The good news if it can be called. That is the proportion of deaths for people over eighty has dropped nearly thirty percent. Assign the vaccines will work. In the fifty-three nation region a hold on use of johnson. Johnson's covid nineteen vaccine in the. Us could stretch out for several weeks. According the head of an advisory panel that will make a recommendation on whether shots should resume critics say. The hold is unnecessarily creating more vaccine hesitancy. Which is the last thing that's needed right now. Israel's health minister said yesterday that starting sunday israelis will no longer be required to wear masks outside. they'll still be required enclosed public spaces. That country is carried out. The world's fastest per capita vaccination drive and over half the population is fully inoculated. The result daily new cases and serious cases have dropped to levels not seen in months a very different story. In brazil has hospitals run dangerously short of sedatives and other crucial medications. the average daily death toll has risen above three thousand the highest in the world. Brazil's health crisis is being described as a humanitarian catastrophe by doctors without borders. They are also alarmed at the number of babies. Lost to the corona virus. An estimated thirteen hundred. If you think it's hard getting people to take one or two vaccination shots try three. The ceo of pfizer said people are likely to need a third dose within a year of getting fully vaccinated after that shots may be needed annually. Like the flu shot right now. They think protection lasts anywhere from six months to a year in the united states cases. Were up eleven. Percent deaths are down nineteen percent and hospitalizations. Were up nine percent over fourteen days the seven day average of new cases has been trending up since april fifth there now. Six million eight hundred seventy four thousand one hundred sixty six active cases in the united states. The current top five states by number of active cases. California new york virginia florida and maryland. The top ten counties with the highest number of recent cases per capita according to the new york times chattahoochee georgia crosby texas grant oregon lamb texas. Hutchinson texas hockley. Texas saint clair michigan. You're on michigan. Childress texas and knocks texas the five states with the highest risk levels and most daily new cases per capita over seven days are michigan rhode island new jersey minnesota and new york. There have been five hundred sixty five thousand two hundred eighty three deaths in the us reported as cova related with a current national fatality rate of one point eight percent. The states with the most new deaths reported as cove related michigan. One hundred twenty three california eighty eight texas eighty florida's seventy one new york. Sixty three georgia's sixty two new jersey forty seven pennsylvania forty three north carolina thirty four and illinois thirty one the top three vaccinating states percentage of population. That's had at least one dose new hampshire at fifty three point nine percent main at forty five point nine percent and connecticut at forty five point seven percent the bottom three vaccinating states mississippi at twenty eight point four percent alabama at twenty nine point one percent and louisiana at thirty point one percent boegli cases were up twenty seven percent and deaths up nineteen percent over fourteen days with the seven day. Average trending up since march. Fifth that seven day number is now very close to surpassing the all-time highest number of the pandemic which occurred january eleventh..

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Top Chinese Official Admits Vaccines Have Low Effectiveness

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 4 d ago

Top Chinese Official Admits Vaccines Have Low Effectiveness

"China is making a rare admission the director of China's centers for disease control says the country's coronavirus vaccines don't have very high protection rates speaking at a conference in Chengdu Saturday he said the government is considering mixing them to give them a boost the Beijing has distributed millions of doses abroad and researchers in Brazil have found the effectiveness of the Sino backpack seem to be as low as fifty point four percent fifty percent is the threshold experts deem useful emails about we started out we showed up on the side of academic knowledge to effectiveness varies but says that can be due to a number of factors such as age of study subjects and the strain of the virus a spokesman for the private company adds protection may improve if the interval between doses is longer I'm Ben Thomas

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Deep Concerns From WHO Over Brazil COVID Deaths

UN News

01:23 min | 6 d ago

Deep Concerns From WHO Over Brazil COVID Deaths

"Brazil's covid. Nineteen ordeal is deeply concerning the un health agency settled friday in an appeal for greater vigilance and new measures to prevent transmission of the virus. Dr margaret harris from the world health organization. Who told journalists. In geneva that the latin american country needed more government support urgently brazilians. Spain suffering terrible losses but the message is again the public health social measures work. You have to apply them now. It is very difficult for people who are living in crowded conditions so they need the support as needed to support at every level to to avoid the crowding avoid the close contact to everyone who is potentially infected needs to be identified says that they can be removed from the healthy the who spokesperson also called for much greater testing for infection. Before repeating the agency's call to follow the example of countries that had ruled out national vaccination programmes averting large numbers of deaths today to brazil has seen the second highest death toll from the corona virus after the united states. More than three hundred and forty thousand deaths latest vaccine data from the. Who shows that. The country has dispensed nearly twenty million sits but the world faces a serious shortfall of vaccines which has left many countries waiting to begin their inoculation campaigns. Talk to harris said

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Countries Worldwide Hit New Records for Virus Cases, Deaths

Anna Davlantes

00:26 sec | Last week

Countries Worldwide Hit New Records for Virus Cases, Deaths

"The world are setting new records for covert 19 deaths and new cases and the disease is surging. Even in some countries that have kept the virus in check. Brazil this week became just the third country after the U. S and Peru to report more than 4000 Covert deaths. In one day, India hit a peak of almost 127,000 new cases in 24 hours in Iran set a new Corona virus infection record for the third straight day, reporting nearly 22,600 new cases. In

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Brazil's Feminism Disinformation Problem

Latino Rebels Radio

01:56 min | Last week

Brazil's Feminism Disinformation Problem

"In this episode. We're taking you inside one home in brazil where disinformation about. Feminism tested. the bond between a father and a daughter brazilian journalist giovanni fleck explains how women's rights have been attacked by fake news in brazil. I think one of the most disturbing things i've ever heard say was from this tape. Back in two thousand and three back then was another a congressman. He in congress when they in brasilia the capital in boston. I got into an argument with a congresswoman named maria. jose. You about brazil's past military dictatorships both scenarios fond of military power and jose against data ships. But it got personal and she called him a rapist and he just called her beach writing front of the media after that personality didn't back down from her he her again and said i'm not going to rape you because we're not worth auditory visual in brazil. We call this sort of behaviour by man machismo. There's no english equivalent for my cheese. Mill it is idea of hyper masculinity that dictates what a man and a society are supposed to be it is everywhere and it's made a lot of people believe that men are superior to women. Bolsonaro has been in politics the eighties before a long time. He was on the french this moment. Back in two thousand and three. When bolzano called jose you on national tv. This is more people started listening.

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Brazilian And South African Covid-19 Variants Detected In Los Angeles

Morning Edition

01:13 min | Last week

Brazilian And South African Covid-19 Variants Detected In Los Angeles

"Cases being reported not only county is holding study, but the county is Seymour sickness is caused by covert variants. Public health officials this week confirmed the first case of the South African strain and the first three local infections involving the Brazilian mutation. That's according to L, a county's public health director, Barbara for rare CDC is classified. The South Africa and Brazil variance as variants of concern because they're potentially associated with increased transmissibility and reduce susceptibility to certain therapeutics. Pereira says there are probably many more cases of the variance President the county and that's in addition to growing numbers of the UK and California strains Track five public health officials. 84% of the variants sequences past week are variants of concern with the probability of increased transmission, transmissibility and even more disease, more severe disease. There is some good news on the very in front, though the vaccines seem to work very well against the California strains, according to a new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The only times reports those variants accounted for more than a half of all new infections the state between late February and mid March.

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Brazil Has More Than 4,000 COVID-19 Deaths in 24 Hours

Democracy Now! Audio

00:25 sec | Last week

Brazil Has More Than 4,000 COVID-19 Deaths in 24 Hours

"Brazil recorded over four thousand daily covid nineteen deaths for the first time bringing its total death toll to nearly three hundred thirty seven thousand second only to the united states. India's reported a record of nearly one hundred sixteen thousand new cases wednesday taking its total caseload to twelve point eight million the third highest in the world after brazil and the united states

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COVID-19 Variants Wreak Havoc in the US

WBZ Afternoon News

00:37 sec | Last week

COVID-19 Variants Wreak Havoc in the US

"Massachusetts has more cases of the Brazil Corona virus variant than any other state in the country. The CBC reporting 58 cases of the P one variant. Florida has the second most number of cases 55. The majority of cases reportedly are linked to an outbreak on the Cape 50 cases in Barnstable County. Oh, mon experts, meantime, say they're concerned about what is being called a double mutant covert variant. This is a new very that was first detected in India. Now CNN in Northern California has to 13 mutations one which is on the spiky protein of the virus latches onto so that is concerning that's ABC is Dr John Brown,

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Why did Brazil's defence chiefs quit?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

01:46 min | Last week

Why did Brazil's defence chiefs quit?

"Joined today by samantha pearson and fernando augusta per sheku cement to pearson is the brazil correspondent for the wall street journal. She joins us from sao paulo and fernando augusta. Yoshiko is from ceo palo. He's monocle senior correspondent and he is right here in the studio in london. A i will start with you samantha. And the story. That is the reason. We're doing this episode. It's the resignation of these three service chiefs. Obviously a choreographed move on their part. But how seismic has that been. It's been a pretty big may chair in brazil. Last time the heads of the armed forces left on the same day was nineteen ninety-five And that was the end. Up brazil's twenty one year dictatorship. So really it's not normal for this to happen in brazil and it's it's had a huge impact and just to follow that up samantha. Anyone know yet entirely what the motivations are actually at some level. Trying to bolsonaro out i think site mean a defense ministry said very little when they announced the change but sources close. The government told as essentially resigned in protest. Why do they do this. Because basically the past couple of years while sonata the president bus not has been trying to politicize military force Bat kim on political issues now. This is a lot of tension among the hiring sip. the military. They believe that they answer only to the constitution that they're above plots politics fair while they're going to be tarnished. The entire arms is brazil is going to be tarnished by both sinatra's administration and particularly his handling of the pandemic which is being pretty catastrophic care in brazil

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CDC director warns of a coming spike in Covid-19 case counts

Quick News Daily Podcast

02:14 min | Last week

CDC director warns of a coming spike in Covid-19 case counts

"Biden and cdc director rochelle will inskeep. Were both pleading with americans yesterday not to let their guard down against covert while the vaccines are taking place. Director will linski used the phrase impending doom about where she sees the covert case numbers trending. They're on the rise. Even though vaccinations are happening so of course because she used the phrase impending doom. That's what the media ran with for all of their headlines even though that's like that's not the point the real gist of her statement that we're close to the end but restrictions are probably easing up too quickly and we're letting our guard down. We sort of feel like it's the end so or not seeing it through. So there's this increase. In cases she got emotional saying it. Because it's actually personal for her. She was treating covert patients before she became. Cdc director so she was drawing on her time treating patients who ended up just dying alone because they had cove and their family couldn't be with them another layer to this. Is that the more. The virus spreads the more chances it has to replicate environs are terrible at replicating themselves so they make mistakes in their dna. which is what leads to the variants. So essentially the more time it has to spread the more time it replicates in the ultimate fear is that it replicates to a point where vaccines don't protect us now. I don't know. I'm not ready to go that far just yet because psychologically people are just gonna get burnt out of hearing. We're all gonna die from some new cova development every single week like our brains can only handle and be nervous and anxious about so many things that eventually. It's just gonna burn out. Also vaccines are robust. They're strong and they protect so much better than a normal immune response they are one of those super vaccines so far and they have protected us against every variant to this point that said we have been close to that escape variant. I think is what they call it where it evades Debates are vaccines. We got close to that with a south africa variant. Because it's not really clear how well that's working with astrazeneca and now the one in brazil is apparently pretty troubling. So we're sort of playing with fire here and the longer we take people vaccines the more dangerous it becomes for all of us and that means worldwide. Not just us. We have to be concerned about places like brazil. We don't have enough vaccines which has got let the virus persist and as we've really seen this year we truly are all in this

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University of Washington COVID-19 Death Projections Show Increase By July

News, Traffic and Weather

00:32 sec | Last week

University of Washington COVID-19 Death Projections Show Increase By July

"1st increasing for the first time in weeks by about 300 to more than 5800 people, I Hmm. Is dark. Rollie Mark, Dad says. Right now we face two evils variants that escaped the vaccine and the UK variant winning the battle for predominance evil. This winning right now is that for us simply because the vaccines are highly effective against mark that says the next concern then becomes whether the South Africa or Brazil variants get a foothold before winter. I'm Charlie Harder. Dr. Jeff Duchin with Seattle King County Public Health, says the fourth wave of covert

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The President Of Brazil Is Facing His Biggest Political Crisis

BBC World Service

01:55 min | Last week

The President Of Brazil Is Facing His Biggest Political Crisis

"The virus is killing more people each day in Brazil than it is anywhere else. And now this week political battle erupted pitting the president gyre Belson Aro against his closest ally, the military. NPR's Philip Reeves has more It was shy. ABORTION. AUTOS BIRTHDAY The other day, he turned 66 Boston out to mark the occasion by coming out of the presidential palace. Lambasting mayors and governors who trying to keep Brazilians off the streets by imposing pandemic restrictions. Thies tyrants are hindering your freedom. Also, now don't tells his supporters you can count on the army to defend your rights. Both tomorrow has a habit of talking about bristles army like this, says Eagle Gill of editor at large at Foley, a newspaper All the terms of all so I was really, really weak. He resorted to the military guys. Sometimes Paulson Arrow even uses the term my army says Kill. Off my army. Come on. It's not the Army's Brazilian army's. Most of that is irony. So it is very, very annoying to them. On Monday, both scenarios suddenly fired his defense minister, apparently because the minister believed Brazil's armed forces should stay out of politics. The next day, the Chiefs of all three services, Army, Navy and Air Force decided to quit in protest that sent a message to the president, says Octavio Amalie, Netto. Professor of political science that they should Tullio Vargas Foundation in Real ish Nero. They made it clear that he is not gonna further politicize the institutional Armored forces. Both tomorrow is NAMI captain from the far right. He was elected with huge support from Brazil's military. Generals hold key government positions. Nettle thinks they've become too close to the Boston Auto Administration. They made a big mistake. They let themselves be associate it with the government. And they benefited

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The Latest: Michigan reports coronavirus variant from Brazil

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

The Latest: Michigan reports coronavirus variant from Brazil

"There's some worrisome news from the nation's latest covert hot spot Michigan has had the nation's highest infection rate in the past week now the state is confirming its first case of a variant identified in Brazil it was found in a resident of bay county where health officials are investigating the person's exposure history the state health department says the Brazilian variant is considered more contagious than other strains variance first identified in Britain and South Africa have also shown up there Michigan's health director is urging residents to do what works to slow the spread of the virus wear masks socially distance avoid crowds wash hands and get back the needed everyone in the state will be eligible starting Monday I'm Ben Thomas

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The Brazilian Coronavirus Crisis

The World: Latest Edition

02:05 min | 2 weeks ago

The Brazilian Coronavirus Crisis

"Week. I spoke with marcy. Castro about the brazilian coronavirus crisis and more castro is the envelope professor of demography and chair of the department of global health and population at harvard. School of public health mercy. Brazil is now in the midst of current surge that has pushed the national death toll past three hundred thousand last week. Brazil recorded more than three thousand deaths in a single day. it's more than any other country in the world. It's the highest mortality. The country has seen since the pandemic began and hospitals are said to be on the brink of collapse with or ninety percent of covid. Icu beds already full. And almost every state. This is just hard to believe but also the united states has experienced searches as well. So i wanted to start by asking. What exactly is going on in brazil right so what. We're seeing in brazil. Now is a much worst second wave so we had a major surge last year In this second major surges It it's growing at a much faster rates than the first one. We have at least two states in brazil that recorded in two thousand twenty one more cova deaths than all two thousand twenty That's how my zone is in from dona in the state was capital is manaus. That was all over the new where we didn't even just run out of hospital beds. It run out of oxygen. And that's the situation that manage states in brazil are facing now. It's the trach to run out of oxygen but also the necessary drugs to perform into beijing so A few states have already issued guidelines of who should be prioritized to go to a nice you bed so it's that situation. You never wanna face where you basically decide who gets to leave. Who gets to die so some states in brazil. His face are facing

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Brazil military chiefs quit as Bolsonaro seeks their support

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Brazil military chiefs quit as Bolsonaro seeks their support

"The leaders of all three branches of Brazil's armed forces have jointly resigned in protest against the president the short resignations follow prison Chaya Bolsonaro is replacement of the defense minister causing widespread apprehension of a minute to shake up to serve the president's political interests both in a row so his popularity rise last year thanks to a generous pandemic will set a program that's popularity has dropped since the program ended in December and they have been renewed protests against him as of the nation's Dany coronavirus death toll surges to the highest in the world I'm Charles the last month

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A chaotic week for Brazil's President Bolsonaro

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:27 sec | 2 weeks ago

A chaotic week for Brazil's President Bolsonaro

"Even by his own standards brazil's president jair bolsonaro has had aka arctic with on monday. He was forced to reshuffle his cabinet after his foreign and defense ministers both quit yesterday as he purports lead once again surpassed its record daily. Covert death toll. The political crisis brought on by the pandemic also plumbed new depths today. Brazil awoke to news that the heads of the army navy and air force of all handed in their resignations in protest at boston is handling of the

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"brazil" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

04:00 min | 8 months ago

"brazil" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

"They're very active. Direction is a growing along with this offensive. That started with a dynamic At the same time the pandemic creates a problem. Because you cannot go through the streets you cannot make demonstrations because of the social distance you have to maintain so that's it's creating a big problem. The grass roots movements are so active that they some of them started to go to the streets even if their recommendation is not like that because the situation got very hurry that a until mid june so the question is after the pandemic we will see if those movements have really strength among the beautiful and distributions. As i said before they are reacting more or less dr reacting the supreme court reacted in a very strong manner during a out say pre made and especially june before Stopped and maybe that was one of the reasons because why he stopped and maybe he was concept by the minute. Search do that. We don't know exact. The congress as i said was more independent before alliance. He made this alliance is really something that creates a problem for the democratic movement in brazil india and the democrats resistance in brazil but things are a move and maybe this is also can change but because those people who are now in alliance with our they are not They just accepted an alliance a topic alliance with the government. We don't know how much this is going to last in an interview you did recently andre with a brazilian newspaper. You talk to buy it boston. Ariza in transition and use this metaphor of the of the zigzag the zigzag movement and you said we're sort of in in the zig where we can sort of be waiting for the for the zag in other words. The transition is not has not been accomplished seeing all the signs that you're that you're talking about. What do you imagine. The next part of of both sonars transition might be. I would say that we are seeing something is changing and Base support of norwich changing his alliance in congress is changing his decision to throw allowed to his alliance with the more so nowadays cannot say that. He's fighting against the old in in brazilian. And how old politics in in brazil today there there are. News in brasilia are talking on monday. The death of august and they are news about He's stride to to raise money to keep this kind of money. Transfer to the people if he's going be successful or not. We don't know so. That's the thing of zach. Does that should be something that he comes back. Maybe he can He's not successful and it dries to come to come back in. He's he's going to be successful in coming back. We.

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"brazil" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

03:46 min | 8 months ago

"brazil" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

"He strang all the time to call attention upon himself. He's trying to lead and to mobilize a grew. The bowl shows that he has something like a fifteen percent of people with really They are not thirty. Percent may be fifteen percent. Yes on the other way. That's the second part of my answer. That military participation unique matic academia was surprised but what is happening in brazil. We never thought mitchell. We're going to come back we really. We're convinced that that was something off the best in brazil something that stopped in the eighties and after twenty years of military regime and we really thought that that was not never been happening. Gef i'm very unhappy to say that iraq and day are coming back but it's not clear how their turn back and exactly what they want in who they are and if they really have support from the active forces if they are more retired military people who decided to support the government. You've described several ways in which bolsonaro is a roading brazilian democracy in an really profound ways. And i wanted to ask you about what forms of resistance opposition. There might be in the country. And i guess i guess i was thinking about three different arenas in which we might think about. Opposition one would be within the political institutions and structures themselves which is clearly undermining another might be other grassroots popular movement level and perhaps unions and finally the press. And i wondered if you could say a little bit about each of those different arenas and and what kind of is there with thoughts of the twenty twenty two election on the horizon. Thank you very much for the excellent question. If you allow me. I'll start with the press because really there is something very very interesting that few very aggressive with the press i think like trump also very very aggressive and. This is a little surprising amazing. Because you know a president which don't have good connections with the press in in a country like brazil more or less his managed but it looks like he's not worried about this and i think that he he thinks the social media can replace. The brass is something very new reminds. Me is steve bannon. I know i don't know very much about that. But it's something something unusual but it's happening so depress it Becoming against the against the. And i say the stab wish breast the big of we call them of the big breasts. Big papers victim. Division networks in those kind of vague was during the pandemic debt came more stronger this opposition between brass sonar. And we have now some situations in which journalists are being Having physical problems you know. They are being subjected to aggressions and physical aggressions. And things like that here. and there. it's not it's not an epidemic. Think and i hope it becomes like that but it's something we have to note while the second thing is about the grassroots movements and the.

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"brazil" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

04:43 min | 8 months ago

"brazil" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

"For us this money transfer and date they are talking about. Stunning dis. For two more after death making program which is bigger than both of which was done by lula so we are in the middle of a process. We know it's going to happen. But it seems training and you have an election in twenty twenty two and you can see a scenario in which both scenario is cemented this new base by giving people the money to put food on the table and perhaps that electric will be less concerned or may even welcome. Some of the more authoritarian measures that his government might go to take to. What extent. Do you see some sense of a plan in what bolsonaro is doing. And to what extent do you think he's reacting to events and making up the program as events come along is a result of core plan behind both in arizona or is it opportunistic. Is i'll try to answer the question. Three barks to make fear. Because it's difficult to answer i. I think there is a plan. In west respects off eroding democracy. He was more or less clear about that in more or less like i think it is in the united states you know. There were menacing stood democracy. There were lots of rhetoric against democracy at the same time. He says his a democrat and he he wants to fight against the laughed and laughed is not democratic. In this whole thing. This is more. Or less what i think. Our listeners knows about the politics all around the world. The second thing is during the pandemic i would say that there was a lot of accidents Facts things that were not blend. The pandemic was it happened subtly. Nobody thought this was going to be how it's working and and really brazil was not bear so i think as i said before i the whole the government proposed two hundred has for the money transfer and it was changed by congress and it was lead by the left in the left wants that money dress shirts is stays on six hundred in should be standard along times a further because the left knows that the people needs it very very much at the same time. There was this Very inspected decision by the president which was to throw away the justice minister which was a judge a former judge said mode which was very very working for his election and he did it because he wanted. I think to control the should be called our fbi police in brazil and and he lost support in the middle class but he is now getting support from people which never supported him. That's i think more or less accidents and the third part of my answer is to say if there is a core of the whole thing. Is that our wants to be reelected in two thousand twenty two. That's absolutely clear and that election is going to be very very important because if he is reelected that legitimate everything. That's happening in brazil's so it's a very very important election and he's decided to win and if there is a plan entree into also narrow the architects of the plan. You mentioned in your article this idea of the lightning conductor which seems to suggest that bind bolsonaro are larger military interests who perhaps see him as an instrument rather than an architect. That's a very good Track to answer again in two parts first of all is a leader is a strange kind of leader. Because sometimes he says thanks. That looks like nonsense but anyway from my point of view he knows what he's.

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"brazil" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

03:10 min | 8 months ago

"brazil" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

"So everybody thought that was going to be isolated. And he's going to fall by for instance but he started to make several moves and sees more or less on that moves. I was that the lions i told you before about Huge group in the chamber and in congress in general and dr move was Maybe accidental because what happened was that As i think that most governments into world made there was a decision to give to make transfer of money to the poor people and the people who who need. They are not so bored because you have now kind of money. Transfer to more or less. Half of the workforce in brazil sixty two million people. But the interesting thing is that The government both on governor had proposed a very small amount. Two hundred ray is and the congress decided to make a a transfer three times that six hundred tax which can go to a hundred thousand two hundred because if the house has only one parent and not to the woman. Generally the women are the persons who are allowed it to receive to pass verse which makes a thousand two hundred which is a lot of money not in absolute terms which is not but in some regions of brazil which are very poor regions and weird things are cheaper may be for our listeners. In england is useful to know that the both of media transfer which is the most important social program for poopie. Barbara is two hundred hats. And you have the same person. Receiving a thousand two hundred for april may and june and it was extended to july and august. Nobody knows what's going to happen because now it ends but the government is saying maybe he's going to extend it to a september october and what happened. Is those feeble. It's not very very clear because the polls are not very definite about it. Looks like some of those people are very grateful joel at the president and they are starting to support him and that's planes that he lost his based on meal glass but he's winning a base among the people in brazil. That sir in this is making a shift because the government's never worried about the poor people from the beginning so it's kind of ultra liberal foxy now the talking about what they are going to do for those people. They have standard once.

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"brazil" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

03:28 min | 8 months ago

"brazil" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

"Is professor of political science at the university of sao paulo and was press secretary in the forest lula administration and the attitude. Thousands parallels are perhaps all too easy to draw between brazil and president jaya bolsonaro and trump's america. Both countries run by men fixated on their own reelection and dismissive of the seriousness of covid nineteen despite their nation soaring death tolls both at war with her judges mayors and state governors hostile to their media and increasingly hardline in their rhetoric. But with the help of andrei. I wanted to look at what makes brazil distinctive. I disowned particular form of authoritarianism by stealth. Because as he writes in his recent article in lemoyne diplomats the covid nineteen pandemic has enabled both an ro to accelerate his erosion brazilian democracy and at the same time. The composition of the president support base seems to be undergoing a significant shift. Is the plan to boston. Ariza him behind staying in power democracy. We'll return to that. But with the coronavirus still ravaging his country. When we spoke on the tenth of august. I began by asking andrei about brazil. Experience of the pandemic brasilia's dealing very very bad with the pandemic. We are the second country with the largest number of owed to the coronavirus above us. It's only the united states of america and We have in common. We denied the state's a president who practices denials. He denies the danger that the virus represents for the for the people and he has done a lot of actions and measures to keep everything working specifically he. He was all the time trying to keep economic going on. And we know as the world health organization says that if you don't keep people in their houses in the beginning of the pandemic things are going to be very very bet. Nowadays we have around a thousand deaths every day which is a very very big figure and we don't know how this is going to end. Yesterday it was a very sad day brazil because we hit the number one hundred thousand deaths so we are really very worried very very sad new yet. We are mourning. Our that's in brazil and given that situation are people blaming the president also narrow directly. Are they seeing this terrible death. Toll this lack of concerted effective response to the pandemic. Are they seeing him. As absolutely the person who's responsible for it or views vary according to the last bowl that i have which is around a month ago more or less a half of the people. We're blaming voshel. Nado for what is happening in brazil they..

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"brazil" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

05:54 min | 10 months ago

"brazil" Discussed on The Signal

"Say Time. Is Those numbers been climbing? There's been a separate, but not totally unrelated political crisis on faulting. Brazil's the only country that I can think of. That's going through obviously a health crisis. And an economic crisis, but also a political prices, the president in his family's being investigated for corruption and obstruction of justice, and on top of that they are calling for the military. His allies are calling for the military to step in. And take over the government now that would bring Brazil back to a military regime which it took off in the eighties, and in Brazil has a relatively young democracy, so a lot of the checks and balances haven't been tested. And, even without the military stepping in the government, itself is showing some very serious signs of instability. Position is asking for an impeachment and so this would be the second impeachment since two thousand sixteen, so. That would be you know an under any circumstances that would be stabilizing, but when you're also talking about a country that's undergoing pandemic. This is the time when you need unified leadership. So to think of potentially having an impeachment in the middle of all of this, obviously, the response to Corona virus is. Going to be affected as well on top of that. Brazil has gone through three ministers. Since the start of this crisis, the previous to have clashed with also Nado a scenario has pushed for the use of hydrochloric win as as antidote to coronavirus he's called for the end of social distancing policies and the two former health ministers were not on board with that, and so both of them clashes him in both of them are now going. We're seeing a third health minister, and obviously with all of this turmoil. It's really difficult to get a a unified response to a pandemic. This large.

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"brazil" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

02:18 min | 10 months ago

"brazil" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Safe to say that. When we have a sanitary crisis spiraling out of control. And? We have an economic depression knocking on our doors. It's safe to say that. We're heading towards a humanitarian crisis in Brazil. And that's fuel for social unrest and it was shocked me. If. We don't see a deterioration of the social fabric I'm I'm very scared of. What kind of society? Where we have in the. Post, pandemic, world. Really scared. Stavros I wish you all the best and and we're. We're hoping for the best Brazil.

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"brazil" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

08:13 min | 10 months ago

"brazil" Discussed on Today, Explained

"When it comes to Covid nineteen no one does it worse than the United States. We've got two million confirmed cases and counting. We never fully shutdown, but we're super into reopening, and now we're seeing huge. Cova spikes all over the country. Is considering reopening its borders banning Americans from traveling there, the border with Canada remains closed. Nobody wants to play in the sandbox with us because we are the worst were number one, but Brazil is catching up, and the similarities are astonishing, never really shutdown check a president recommending hydroxy chloroquine check concerns over healthcare infrastructure check, but unlike the United States. Brazil has the added risk that if things get really really bad, the military might step in and take over so long democracy. We got in touch with Gustavo. He Bairro to find out how close Brazil is to that desperate scenario, a major analyst political. And I am in Sao Paulo. He runs the Brazilian report. It's an English language news site that covers Brazilian politics. We spoke just after Brazil hit a familiar sounding milestone over one million people have been infected here over fifty thousand people died, and that makes the pandemic the deadliest event in Brazilian history. Of course, barring colonization and slavery, but it has already killed more people than our war against Paraguay in the nineteenth century, which lasted for six full years, and has only been four mouse since the first case was confirmed here we are now confirming more cases per day on the seven day, average basis than any other country in the world, and that's despite Brazil, having more than one hundred million fewer people than the US. Woven, eighteen got to Brazil, lading, February and it was a disease of the rich, because covid nineteen did not come from Asia to Brazil. We came from era became from your residence. Who are either doing business trips to North Anita Lee or A vacation trip. The thing is a lot of people really disregarded. The coronavirus s a little flew guillotine a coup from our president who has called the sniffles which you want. It was just a little cold, said Brazil's president when the crisis started. So nobody was really concerned about the corona virus at the beginning, and we saw a lot of boss, Chu Housemaid transmission, and then the housemaid who would go back to her neighborhood, than than in fact, family members and members of her neighborhoods. So the first case of a nineteen death in the state of Frio was very telling us that dynamic. It was a sixty three year olds house made worked for a wealthy family in an upscale neighborhoods in Rio and her boss did not mention she had contracted the corona fibers. She fact housemates when the housemate started showing symptoms should then took a two hour taxi back to her home in the countryside town north of Frio, and since she was diabetic, she had a history of high blood pressure. Should I in the following afternoon? Sabat you live in the biggest city in South America. What's the Kovic situation there? Some fumble is the Brazilian epicenter of the Corona Virus. If become the greater some follow area, twenty, three, twenty, five million people, and we are seeing the disease spreading around lower income neighborhoods, and that's why also has become so much more. than. It was at the beginning of the outbreak. This homeless shelter in some powder, the beds have been fooled since the stopped the pandemic. Any suspected of covert. Such in. The several weeks team nine medics from Doctors without borders is come to take their temperatures and identify cases. Some projections have that some Paulo alone could have up to one point two million cases, and now the virus is traveling through the countryside in fast pace with the first city to see a healthcare collapse were in the Amazon states. When we talk about the Amazon states, we're not talking only about indigenous or native communities, but lot of urban communities. We have a few urban centers they're. Most cities they're simply do not have an intensive care unit. Sometimes, they don't even have hospitals. The mortality rate among Brazil's indigenous people twice as high as other Brazilians, the military is being sentenced to help communities with tasting, but salmon in the Amazon region say it's too late and accused the president of abandoning them. A lot of people die before even realizing that they got the coronavirus, and before having the opportunity to get treatment and then effect that biologically. Many of these communities, because there are so reclusive because they have solely to contact with urban populations there even last prepared. When you get the map of the coronavirus prides, and then you see, the roads and the rivers that explains zoo the path of the virus, because for instance. River. Transportation is the number one transportation in the Amazon, and that means that the law of people are close to each other in small boats, traveling for several hours often, and if one person is infected, we can have dozens of people leaving boats, carrying the virus as well so that's how the virus spread so quickly and then It's also the fact that these areas are extremely warm. Sometimes they live five six seven people. We in a small shacks, and then you ask them to stay at home with. Eighty percent humidity and thirty five degrees Celsius heat so social distancing. was very hard to implement in these areas and it never really. was followed by the population. So that also helps explain why. The coronavirus spread so quickly in the Amazon bodies lie on hospital policy in the city of Manassas in the north while doctors tell us the health system across the country. It collapsed. We saw Manaus. Which is the biggest city in the Amazon, it was the first to experience a full-scale collapse to the point that the burial services they were not prepared to dig as many graves, and they didn't have enough coffins for everyone. Buried hundreds upon hundreds hair. And I ready, but thousands more. This is just one cemetery where they're filling the graves as fast as they can dig them. Still not fast enough. We are stuck in the worst of two worlds here. The economy's tanking as it is everywhere in the world, but the problem is. A very informal economy, which means that tens of millions of people in Brazil it's not that the live paycheck to paycheck they have to go out every single day and make their living in order to have something treat phase, running out of food outweigh any fees Corona virus in downtown Genero. The Flamengo football squad. Does the rounds twice a week? They already distributed more than six hundred meals, but is moments they.

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"brazil" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"brazil" Discussed on ESPN FC

"I why he's diving. It's about the money he's about. The party's about this that but you feel like renounced. But they seem to get a pass in Brazil compared to Neymar Gills. It fascinating the the treatment or the image has back home which can be easy for him to to deal with as well. Maybe because the expectations were so big. Su- shoots from a very young age when he was sixteen Santos Seventeen with the national team and etc etc. And it hasn't really happened for him in Brazil in the world. Cup Mostly Copa. America has been a bit different in the World Cup that maybe he's the one responsible for Brazil not achieving what they should have achieved curbs and then if you point the finger then you look at the tunnel because every everybody in Brazil knows how talented he is and and he's one of the best in the world potentially technically but may be pointing the finger has he's way of leaving those criticism from the Komo entry. The all of nothing. The commentary on Brazil for example. You could see already. How differently would maybe the privilege with the national team but also with PG and maybe some people don't like that and maybe that's why a lot of the criticism is aimed at him? And I are why he does is apply and the lack of achievement. Maybe that is with the national team but then he doesn't help himself does he. Frank with the rolling around with the shoe on his head with the celebrations with some of the words that he comes out with. Sometimes you feel that. Despite the fact he's mature on paper you know obviously in his twenties. Now you can still going to think he's still acts too much like a cane. Yeah that's what it is. That's the prime I think for many people. I remember as ninety six before the European Championship in England as at the position of leader and didn't philly filled up the the Phillips the position with these Games and has been a little bit criticized but we reach another level where we criticize the man. We restarted the way he behaves in and out of the field. I just wanted to talk about what he does on the field and there is a way of selfishness when you see him playing when he seem the way he behaves and I think it's what it is and it's what people dislike about about name. Your is that it doesn't go with the rest of the squad it doesn't fit may be what brilliant used to see with their stars. Renaldo Rivaldo that those guys were loved by death teammates. It's not the case name. All the talent is there for sure. Everybody it's obvious but a is not. It's more yeah again. A selfish guy playing fantastically world sometimes man not giving enough in terms of communication on and out the field to please the bridge even the Brazilians lawsuit on this usuals B.'s. Whether you like him or no I don't think he can be easy to be named and again having that kind of reputation and all those expectations since since the very young age and maybe not being ready for it and having that weight on your shoulders all those years with obviously the top of being the two thousand fourteen World Cup on home soil where you get the injury against Colombia. After that everything is a nightmare that you wish had been the biggest dream of your life and just don't think he could be easy right on and as you mentioned earlier as you know so well. Brazilians are quite hard to please. And Kwa hard to convince and Neymar could have been very different. Highly add more success with the national team earlier. Maybe a now he he. He has to digging and digging again and try to do between the end of his career to please the Brazilians who had so much expectations for him. He's never fulfilled. Brazilians are indeed hearts. Please I can attest to that. Thank you very much gentlemen. You can listen to that full interview by the way. Rafael Ovalles. On a special podcast. We put together him chained to Alexis Nunez about lots of things not only the Brazilian team but Manchester. United as well. You can listen to.

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"brazil" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"brazil" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Four editions of the term today Alexis Nunez interviewed Rafael. Of course a Brazilian international formerly of Manchester United now with Leon an awesome audit will take to win the six World Cup and he said a lot depends on that talisman. We need name. That's what should we need the need a lot in. I need any to improve things like like I said outside. Beach is important for the with bullets so anything privileged outside the beach to to to come inside the beach in to do his best so I hope you can do that. Then the fee if he if he does have just Enemy when you look at last World Cup of course as well and and before you know he got injuries on stuff like that You could see how like you said on his best day. It's it's almost impossible for anyone to stop him. Do you think now that we're moving on. It will be four years and do you think he would have matured enough to be that leader. That Brazil needs. I think I think they might not leader. I don't think is this to him but I think he can he can. He can do the dating he does because like you said he's if he's good if he's like he focusing concentrate lease Ribaud. He's the best player in the world. I think not is is first option of life Today you know what I mean like. He if so many stuff founding so many things so he thinks he's my i. I don't need to do that is to play. Well I don't do you know what I mean so you need you need. You need to a lot of things you need to do and like you said like I said he does that's Someone input he disease. Mind because I know him. I play with him. Everyone Games with him. I have been in within. Anouilh's ahead guy to to listen when you speak. You know good with him now between not not I am saying that you're but he sometimes you don't want to say some people don't want to say don't don't listen to you say you are good. You are magic your they want you to say all the good stuff but the life is not like that and I think he needs to listen more and the that you'd be hard to stop Brazil explosive stuff then from it. Rafael hits the Discussing Franklin birth. But really we have to start with the number one fan of course at ten D to His birthday.

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"brazil" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"brazil" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"Friday in Brazil Lewis did not Cio Lula da Silva universally known known as Lula was released from prison. His freedom following a year and a half in prison came a day after Brazil. Supreme Court abolished a politically charged change to the rights of people accused of crimes in Brazil. It was long standing. Law enshrined in the Constitution. That people have the right right to remain free. Until all of their appeals were exhausted that law was altered in February of Twenty sixteen ultimately paving the way for Lula's La's imprisonment after being convicted in a sweeping and dubiously run corruption probe. Since Lula has not exhausted all of his avenues for appeal. He was released following that Supreme Court. Decision it's also abundantly clear that the reporting over the past months from the intercept Brazil about the abuses of power power of the current Justice Minister Circle Moro had a major impact in winning. Lula's freedom Moro. Was the top judge in the case that sent Lula to prison. Lula appeared poised to once again win the Brazilian presidency back in two thousand eighteen on the Workers Party ticket but then he was locked up. The intercept Brazil's reporting has revealed clearly that the entire anti corruption investigation that led to Lula's imprisonment was itself corrupt. I'm joined now by my friend and colleague fellow intercept co Founder Glenn Greenwald he spearheaded the incredibly important reporting by the intercept Brazil and he is now under threat of attack from the Bolsonaro regime and its supporters. In fact one of these people right wing journalists attempted to physically assault Glenn during a radio show just last week Glenn Greenwald thanks for joining me. Great to be with you Jeremy. So let's begin with the latest news out of Brazil the freedom for Lewis Not Cio Lula da Silva Lula. What happened there? And what does this all mean. So there's a technical legal aspect to it and then there's there's a political journalistic won. The technical legal aspect is that the constitution in Brazil says that you cannot be imprisoned when you're you're convicted of a crime while you have appeals pending in other words until all of your appeals are exhausted and the anti-corruption probe run by Sergio Mora. Who's now Bolsonaro as Justice Minister Mr and these this team of prosecutors disregarded that and they started imprisoning people after they lost their first appeal? which is the case was with Lou? They ordered imprisoned after after he lost his first appeal even though he had three left and the Supreme Court ruled not for Lulu but for everybody that because of the constitutions clear language you can't put the people in prison until their appeals are exhausted absence some violence or some likelihood that they're going to injure somebody or impede the investigation and once they ruled that a the judge said that's not Louis case and they released.

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"brazil" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"brazil" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"Sending extra resources to the region of Doc- here again where we don't know enough about the background. What was happening behind the scenes the the Civic Committee and basically mobilized around an argument that Evan what Alice himself was acting against the interests of Bolivia and signing the seventy year contract attract and that it needed to be done away with and in fact after the election has ever was scrambling to dismantle various parts of the opposition? He he did away with that law. Said Okay we're going to start over on this lithium thing but it was too late and Marcos Puri the unelected civic vic leader of Does see was actually the fellow who you saw kneeling in the National Palace alongside of Camacho and the Bible so that that's a very very curious articulation between this racist right wing Proto Fascist interest from the east and this Admittedly indigenous indigenous civic leader in lithium rich put those see in talking to Bolivian friends. The sense I have is part of the feeling now how among people on the left in Bolivia is yes. There are serious problems with what apple has done during his time in power particularly this latest term terme but the alternative and what could come next is going to be so horrifying for this country and so much. Progress is going to be rolled back that this is basically an almost unspeakable disaster even with all of the problems of Able Morales because it does seem like with a donald trump open power in the US with a jar Bolsonaro in power in Brazil with the United States posturing against Venezuela Nicaragua in other countries. The way that it is that Bolivia now could be completely taken over by corporate interests and far right political political figures and it will just erase all of the documental progress that has been made in the country on poverty and other issues during the reign of Evo Morales Alice. I'm wondering your thoughts on that analysis. Ever in the Moss did what no neoliberal or so-called free market government has ever been able able to do first of all they were able to capture the economic surplus and keep it in the country. They are also able to dramatically reduce poverty levels dramatically reduce inequality expand access to credit expand health infrastructure in rural areas expand road infrastructure transport infrastructure. A A taxi driver told me year so ago before ever was elected he never set foot in a bank and now he had a note on a car and a note on a house. So it's important to remember that detractors will say well that's just because gas prices were high. Well it's not true. It's because of the state policies for redistributing in that gas wealth. So that's something that the the neo liberals are going to be trying to do some revisionist history on and we need to to stay vigilant about documenting progress. Grice now having said that going back to your question about the future and is this disaster Bolivian. Social movements are some of the most organized disciplined flint and fearless on the continent so whatever government emerges out of this if it takes some quote neal liberal position or attempts to restore the kind of racist model of rule that characterize the country for for for centuries the social movements in Bolivia are going to give them a really hard time so I am not foreseeing disaster. An apocalypse I certainly foresee I see some instability and conflict but I have a lot of faith in Bolivia and social movement. What should people as we watch the news coming out of Bolivia but but also now out of Mexico were able modalities? What are some of the things you're going to be looking to that are significant to follow? Well I've already seen that the pond. The right-wing Party in Mexico is is raising a fuss about this even though Mexico has a long history of providing refuge to people persecuted by military dictatorships ships. But I think as you saw the reception of what I listen the International Airport of Mexico City..

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"brazil" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"brazil" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Welcoming. Sedition. ESPN FCA. I'm Dan, Thomas, John by Craig Burley and shocker Hislop's you wrongly with us shortly as we kick things off in the copper America. Brazil inaction against Peru. It'd been rather lackluster, from the host so far three no win over. Bolivia didn't exactly get people excited my goalless show against Venezuela, meant, there was some pressure home, Chico ING into this match. However, twelve minutes in Kesse, Mira makes it one now Brazil fix dot setpiece little flick on the near post. Presser bureau comes cross again boil up the post he's right there. Right. Right time to coke didn't have the best of matches because this is clear and sale for main, well, and then it's the no look, finish course not only is only got two classic goalkeeper brainless ten years. He's left and he's a he's a plan. They ended with a simple pas and he's tried to launch a few through for me. No conscious straw, fate goalkeeping ten minutes later editon starting a head of retaliation after impressing coming off the bench, and he will make it three now the Ecuadoran goalkeeper, how decency before this guy Lacey. But then never turned tease us up from Saudi books beaten about the near post should have done a whole lot better into the second half week. Oh, and Donny Alvez's gets on the school shaped to make it four nil. Yeah. I'll pick them up. Then let's go and it's not the quickest anymore has it and how he's able through. There is just MS William would come off the bench and do this. Yeah. This is treated montville young. Absolutely nothing. Anybody could do about that cutting inside inches inside that fall post? And then we continue penalty goal. Keep bingo, isn't it? Yeah. I'm coming out lodge, whether you lay. Let's see. Then taught you. That's off his penalty though, is save. Joffe light now. Dealers s'mores engine for the goalkeeper to finish his Brazil five Peru nil Brazil then through to the knockout stages joined by Venezuela, who beat Bolivia by three goals to nil boys Wien awesome. Brazil haven't we follow this woman, very pool compared to what we expect from them? But he was so much better doing much better. Well, the where but were aided and abetted by some horrific decision making from Peru. Some defending the first goal just said piece flick combat. Casimiro said that's can you wear wall. Something's. That's how to defend the second goal. Is only going to? Who said it but goalkeepers? Ended, you only go to pass it ten yards with no block. And he tries to fire through a, a yellow jersey stood right in front of them. Right. Simple that you turn down chasing the game then he is near post. Then melt-up coming to have. Post and then it comes out the Bill in China shop gives a penalty with. So this three goals show this three from nothing so hot. I mean this from Brazil, of course, as, as we've been more excitement, but it's hot pies. The gifts that go through, but Peru, on bond, sign of the day know team some beans, and all I know in leading up to this game people live against Venezuela. So you look at that sense beat Bolivia drew hobby. Hardly. That's hardly number crunching children, if we're holding Brazil to the standard in which we have over the zoo, Salafia Venezuela, Brazil number eleven that so much in those two games in terrible against on the first half against Bolivia..

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"brazil" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"brazil" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"We also have a difference in what we dream of. For Brazil. My Brazil is that of democracy and freedom and his Brazil is that of dictatorship in torture. If you were to win your ticket with a died, do you believe the Brazilian military will accept the results as valid or will they denounce it as fraud as Bolsonaro is encouraging them to do and on the other side of Bolsonaro wins? Do you believe that the Brazilian military will impose limits on him if he tries to attack the basic foundations of Brazilian democracy, or will they be a voluntary and eager participant in that attack? It was TV earned two to that of UC Mustang the not going, but go into that. But Danes dodge you, Steve them before formally becoming a candidate when I was still the status as free candidate for president and Adat was also pretended early in the year. We were both in separate meetings in which general villas boas the commander of. The armed forces in Brazil talks the presidential candidates. And I left with the conviction that the armed forces are committed to the democratic state of law, and they know that they are subordinate to the president. So this is the instrumentation I have of the conversation I had with general villas boas. This is my impression. Nobody was USA was keyboard on out of audio. Cobb is posed, this matters Iki to even because all of us in Brazil know that both Inada was expelled from the armed forces and therefore he does not represent them. Gee, Geno twelve sewn democrat. Although he wants to and he flirts with remnants of a period of military dictatorship, I am very much expecting that we will win the elections and that we will continue with this cycle that started in nineteen eighty nine awkward that out we will be following the federal constitution eight where the armed forces have an important role. I would say a strategic role for the sovereign and development of Brazil subject that they work, and they have the responsibility to protect your territory to guarantee peace and result and in our continent. And I know that they can work with us on important projects related to the defense industry that is strategic so that Brazil can continue to grow z.. But as you, I know that in Brazil, there is no tradition of intrigue and anti nationalism in the armed forces that's Wilson autos tradition, Illinois the things out of this, not Stanford Brazil. So he contradicts the Val. Values of those he claims to represent because we, I repeat, I do not know a military man who does not on our who does not say there's not claim to honor the Brazilian flag and Pfeiffer country's sovereignty will knee gang. Whoever wants to hand over Brazil and give away a riches. He has no commitment with that flag congresswoman. I know that you are very immersed in this election battling quite intensely and are very busy. So I really appreciate once again, you're taking the time out to speak with me today, but God that chief for like when she thank you. It was a pleasure to talk to Manuela. Dabbagh is the candidate for vice president on the Workers Party ticket. The voice over in English was done by my colleague Bruna Delara of the intercept Brazil. A major global controversy over the last ten days has engulfed the western media as well as the media in the Middle East relating to Saudi Arabia arising out of the October second disappearance of Washington Post columnist and Saudi citizens. Jamal cuss Shoghi who entered the Saudi consulate in instant Turkey on that date in order to obtain documents he needed to marry his fiancee and never emerged. Again, speculation immediately arose and has spin sustained that his disappearance was either an attempted abduction or a murder by agents dispatched by the Saudi government. That was what the Turkish government has been saying. Since the event took place insisting that they have audio and video tape proving that this occurred, though it has not yet been publicly released or heard on Tuesday afternoon. President Trump tweeted, quote. Just spoke with the crown prince of Saudi Arabia who totally denied any knowledge of what took place in their Turkish consulate. He was with secretary of state, Mike Pompeo during the call and told me that he has already started and will rapidly expand a full incomplete investigation into this matter..

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"brazil" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"brazil" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Do you get impression impression no the as as many great players as brazil have in the team including name they seem to have a respect for themselves in the country and the team name on it goes goes in plays league on and takes mikio of opponents and and just tries to be flashy you don't see that with brazil side from anybody not just nema but the law they seem to have a respect for for the game and he jello looking for a segue to from brazil to england tells him jokes remind ing h one on so advance out of group g when we discussed the full stephen shocking you got the going out in the round of sixteen against colombia maybe you looking at it without be failure thing i don't think i don't think any expectations in england linguine some who sti do with normally get knocked out stage i'm sure everybody would be would be particularly ball because it's all shabelle on when then when finished of the grip in brazil grip that cost rica wasn't by the ethylene uruguayan they're so costly for the prize but that was a difficult grip of with teams genetic data unpardonable right you're saying if england that i'm not oh that was tough group when he got them up ever shange ever since not everybody iceland there's been a completely different feeling around english almost everybody's given opens late well if you don't want it really mom stevie impression i get really mom but then the pill grow.

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"brazil" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"brazil" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I've heard that the chad ooh woo a now arise dubious la la la have made in brazil no boy the you wow please.

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"brazil" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"brazil" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"S trying to change the name of the different ways they're going to a organiz factor anger that data whatever so for example there was one president in brazil we've been confiscated money from every bodies bank account savings accounts this had been i two uh yes so if you had over 50000 your bank account the government will use that money to dispose or pay for their debts and then the government will pay you slightly towards twenty years on the bail while in off kind also but these was in our shock like over overnights people had a heart tags people die people got sick people lost their loss business never years they're giving on government bonds without permission yet now awesome and this this president ended up getting pitch for that s a buttered the economy brazil in the past ten years has been fantastic during two thousand seven eight and nine and ten brazil did not go through a recession at all although her around was with on the on the congress uh on the planet growing a three to four percent per year but the current president are the ones shoot she gotti peach against brazil has a good reputation for impeaching antiquing president salvador that'll do a good job so this is actually good for other counters to follow the example i ari she will splaying she was playing with the budgets a system saying that the government had a certain amount but she was not paint the banks to pay the government bills yet so she was kind of holding back cooking the books basically the present the books and there she was legal.

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