Apr 10, 2016

Brazil's breakdown: 'A political and ethical crisis without precedent' - Particle News

God, people around here like to say, is Brazilian - a cheery way of celebrating this country's natural beauty, bountiful resources, lovely people. God, however, appears to be in an Old Testament phase. Each day in Brazil of late is more dramatic than the one before, and the news is uniformly grim. There is a political crisis, an economic crisis and, as if that wasn't enough, a public-health...

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