As much as 90 percent of Latin America’s largest collection of treasures is thought to have been lost in a fire that tore through Brazil’s National Museum on Sunday.
A fire has killed 10 people at the youth academy of one of Brazil's premier football clubs, Flamengo in Rio de Janeiro. The blaze broke out in a special facility where out-of-town youngsters live while training.
Two executives and two managers were among those arrested and could face charges ranging from environmental violations to homicide. They are suspected of having known the danger the dam presented.
President Jair Bolsonaro rode to power on a "30 bullets for every bandit" slogan in a bid to fight crime in Brazil. Those closest to the firing line are bearing the brunt of police impunity. Robbie Blakeley reports.
At least four attackers targeted the Brazilian Embassy in Berlin, breaking windows and throwing paint and eggs at the building. Federal investigators say the attack could be politically motivated.
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