Thousands of demonstrators in Brazil have protested against the appointment of Ignacio Lula da Silva to the government. The cabinet post offers him some protection from prosecutors who've charged him with corruption and money laundering.
Two former leaders of Brazil have been accused of running a criminal organization in a massive corruption scheme. The charges are part of an unprecedented crackdown on corruption in Brazil.
Brazilian President Michel Temer has been charged with obstruction of justice and leading a criminal organization. As sitting president, he will only face trial if two-thirds of the lower house vote to suspend him.
Brazilians often look for stories about North Korea on the internet. One reason is a mutual entrenched distrust of the US. Researchers have been trying to dig a little deeper to find out more about the phenomenon.
The rule of law has died in Venezuela, said the country's ex-chief prosecutor Luisa Ortega. She has claimed to have damning evidence of widespread corruption in the government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.
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