From the outset, the Brazilian version of The Intercept has dedicated itself to covering our country’s politics from the viewpoint of investigative journalism. Its mission has been very clear from the start: to hold the powerful accountable through extensive reporting. It was no surprise, therefore, when Glenn Greenwald announced that he and his team had received an archive related to Operation Car Wash, the most important and controversial corruption probe in Brazilian history. The Intercept Brasil began its series of articles on June 9, a Sunday night, revealing that the most notorious judge connected to the probe, Sergio Moro, had been giving advice to task force prosecutors.
The Austrian parliament passed a motion against the trade agreement between the European Union and Mercosur. The Brazilian government is reportedly optimistic that the deal can be saved. The leaders of Ireland and France have also voiced reluctance to approve the deal. https://t.co/RPOIyKnVWU
Oi, the largest landline telephone operator in Brazil is in talks with Telefónica and Telecom Italia to sell its mobile business and avoid liquidation, according to @Reuters. It expects to raise more than BRL 10 bn by selling the company's mobile business https://t.co/06yM8qnsS2
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