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Explaining Brazil #65: Faith is a profitable business in Brazil

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Judge Marcelo Bretas, head of Op. Car Wash in Rio, ordered the auction of luxury goods owned by former governor Sergio Cabral and former tycoon Eike Batista. A yacht and a Lamborghini are among the objects. Cabral is serving a 200-year jail sentence for corruption. https://t.co/nQS4LiY6mn BrazilianReport photo

The police chief in charge of the investigations into the Brumadinho dam collapse stated that explosives were detonated on day of the tragedy, 1.5 km from the site. Vale, the dam's owner, denies this. Five months ago, the dam failure killed over 200 people
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Motivated by a lawsuit filed by Senator Flávio Bolsonaro, a Rio de Janeiro state court prohibited buskers from perform in the subway. Jair Bolsonaro's son argues that the performances may represent a risk for the passengers' safety and wellness. https://t.co/1SZVpDIhQQ BrazilianReport photo

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