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Defender Coffee, The Coffee Company That Give All Profits To 2A Rights

Defender Coffee, The Coffee Company That Give All Profits To 2A Rights U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- Two things that seem to go together are guns and coffee. I am not sure why that is, but there are a lot of pro-American, pro-gun coffee companies. Black Rifle Coffee Company might be the biggest pro-2A coffee company in the world, but other coffee companies also turn out an excellent product and are unapologetically American. One of these all-American companies is Defender Coffee. Deric Schrack sta...
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Newborn endangered sea turtles throng Brazil's deserted beaches

Birth of hawksbill turtles is usually greeted by crowds of human onlookers – but thanks to coronavirus, only government workers witnessed this eventNearly 100 critically endangered sea turtles have been born on a deserted beach in Brazil, their first steps going almost unnoticed because of a coronavirus lockdown prohibiting people from gathering on the region’s sands.The 97 hawksbill sea turtles – or “tartarugas-de-pente” as they are known in Brazil – were born last Sunday in Paulista, a town in...
Tags: Animals, Environment, World news, Wildlife, Conservation, Brazil, Pernambuco, Paulista, Coronavirus outbreak


Bolsonaro threatens to sack health minister over coronavirus criticism

Brazilian president warns Luiz Henrique Mandetta not to speak out against him in publicCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage Jair Bolsonaro has reportedly told his health minister he will sack him if he dares criticise his handling of the coronavirus crisis.According to a report in the Estado de São Paulo newspaper, the Brazilian president’s warning came during a top-level meeting on Saturday as the number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in the country rose to more than 3,900 ...
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Coronavirus: Brazil's Bolsonaro in denial and out on a limb

The president is isolating himself from other world leaders as he downplays the coronavirus pandemic.
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Brazil: Brazil Responds To COVID-19 As A Public Health Emergency With Act No. 356/2020 - Tauil & Chequer

On March 12, 2020, the Brazilian government published Act No. 356/2020, which provides for the regulation and implementation of measures to deal with the COVID-19 coronavirus as a public health emergency.
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Brazil: AGÊNCIA NACIONAL DE TRANSPORTES TERRESTRES ("ANTT") ALTERA NOVAMENTE AS REGRAS DO FRETE - Koury Lopes Advogados

A ANTT estendeu por mais 30 (trinta) dias o início das regras relativas ao cadastramento das Operações de Transporte e, consequentemente...
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It Took a Pandemic for Colombia to Finally Cut Interest Rate

(Bloomberg) -- Colombia’s central bank cut borrowing costs for the first time in two years at a regularly scheduled meeting as the economy reels from the oil price crash and the coronavirus pandemic.Policy makers voted unanimously to cut the key rate to 3.75% the lowest in six years. Twelve analysts surveyed by Bloomberg had forecast the cut, five expected a quarter-point drop, five forecast no change and one predicted a larger reduction of 0.75 percentage point.The bank said it has room for fur...
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President Bolsonaro boasts that Brazilians can bathe in excrement and not get sick

Brazil’s president Jair Bolsonaro boasted that his citizens are immune to the coronavirus because they have the magical ability to wallow in human waste “and nothing happens,” reports The Guardian. “They never catch anything. You see some bloke jumping into the sewage, he gets out, has a dive, right? And nothing happens to him,” he told reporters. Unfortunately, Bolsonaro's magical thinking appears to be immune to the wily virus: On Thursday Brazil’s health ministry said that its coronavirus dea...
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Brazil scales back environmental enforcement amid coronavirus outbreak

Experts fear efforts to protect field agents from virus could lead to surge in deforestation Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageBrazil will reduce efforts to fight environmental crimes during the coronavirus outbreak, despite concerns that reduced protection could lead to a surge in deforestation.The director of environmental protection at Ibama environmental agency said the outbreak had left little choice but to send fewer enforcement personnel into the field. Continue ...
Tags: Environment, Americas, World news, Infectious Diseases, Conservation, Trees and forests, Deforestation, Brazil, Amazon Rainforest, Ibama, Coronavirus outbreak


Brazil: Biological Crisis Management In Brazil: Coronavirus - Tauil & Chequer

The COVID-19 poses a new challenge for maintaining workplace safety. This infographic provides some basic information about measures to be adopted by Brazilian employers.
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EU Joins 15 Nations to Forge End-Run Around Trump’s WTO Block

(Bloomberg) -- The European Union and a group of 15 nations that includes China and Brazil agreed Friday to settle their trade disputes using an appeal and arbitration system at the World Trade Organization.The development comes three months after the Trump administration precipitated the paralysis of the WTO appellate body -- which acted as a sort of supreme court for trade -- by blocking all nominees to the seven-member panel.The EU-led accord provides a legal structure for nations to appeal t...
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Bolsonaro's anti-science response to coronavirus appals Brazil's governors

The president has contradicted his own health ministry by urging people to return to work and schools – ‘I was gobsmacked,’ said one former Bolsonaro allyCoronavirus – latest global updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageTop Brazilian politicians from across the political spectrum have warned that Jair Bolsonaro is putting thousands of lives at risk with what they called his reckless, paranoid, anti-scientific and belligerent response to the coronavirus.In a series of scathing interviews – condu...
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Capturing a World of Emptiness

How a team of photographers documented the quiet desolation of cities during the pandemic.
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Forgotten tale of phage therapy history revealed

In the current situation when the fear of virus infections in the public is common, it is good to remember that some viruses can be extremely beneficial for mankind, even save lives. Such viruses, phages, infect bacteria. The research conducted at the University of Jyväskylä shed some light on the phage therapy history. It revealed that Brazil was a strong user and developer of phage therapy in 1920-40's. The research was published in Lancet Infectious Diseases -publication on March 2020.
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Jair Bolsonaro claims Brazilians 'never catch anything' as Covid-19 cases rise

President suggests citizens may already have antibodies that help virus ‘not to proliferate’, as cases rise to nearly 3,000Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageBrazil’s president Jair Bolsonaro has tried to reassure his citizens over the threat of coronavirus by claiming Brazilians can bathe in excrement “and nothing happens”.As Brazil’s Covid-19 death toll rose to 77, Bolsonaro scotched the idea Latin America’s biggest economy could soon face a situation as severe as the ...
Tags: Americas, World news, United States, Global development, Brazil, Latin America, Jair Bolsonaro, Bolsonaro, Coronavirus outbreak


Half-Million People Infected With COVID-19 Worldwide

The human and economic toll of the lockdowns against the coronavirus mounted Thursday as India struggled to feed the multitudes, Italy shut down most of its industry, and a record-shattering 3.3 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits in a single week. As the number of infections worldwide reached a half-million and deaths climbed to about 23,000, the damage to people’s livelihoods and their well-being from the effort to flatten the rising curve started to come into focus. In Indi...
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Helping Humanitarian Medical Supply Missions During the COVID-19 Crisis

Dear Friends and Colleagues, We are in an unprecedented and trying time for our industry and the world. Business aviation missions are still flying and are now more critical than ever as we battle the global coronavirus pandemic.Humanitarian cargo flights delivering essential medical supplies and tests are saving lives!Together we need to find a way through the continually-changing, restrictions now in place that are impacting international operations around the globe.Effective immediately,...
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Brazil: MUNICÍPIO DE SÃO PAULO SUSPENDE ATENDIMENTO PRESENCIAL NO COMÉRCIO DA CAPITAL - Koury Lopes Advogados

A partir de hoje (20), entra em vigor o decreto municipal que determina a suspensão de atendimento presencial no comércio na cidade de São Paulo até 5 de abril deste ano.
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Video shows Mexican president in a crowd of children

Political leaders in some Latin American countries, including Mexico and Brazil, have downplayed the severity of the coronavirus pandemic in their own countries. CNN's Matt Rivers reports.
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Video shows Mexican president in a crowd of children during coronavirus pandemic

Political leaders in some Latin American countries, including Mexico and Brazil, have downplayed the severity of the coronavirus pandemic in their own countries. CNN's Matt Rivers reports.
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Brazilian drivers seen sticking with hydrous ethanol despite lower gas prices

In Brazil, Platts reports that despite the collapse of oil prices that has suddenly made hydrous ethanol no longer competitive despite enjoying record high prices less than a month ago, drivers are still expected to continue filling up with ethanol over gasoline because technically it is still cheaper. Due to ethanol’s lower energy content than gasoline, when ethanol is less than 70% of the price of gas it is considered to be cheaper. As of last Saturday, it was 70.16% of the price of gas, up f...
Tags: Brazil, Producer News, Ethanol, Gas Prices, Platts


Coronavirus live news: global death toll passes 20,000, as Spain overtakes China as second worst-hit country

India locks down; Prince Charles tests positive for coronavirus; Senate and White House reach stimulus dealCoronavirus key questions: everything you need to knowDeath toll in Spain overtakes China as lockdowns extend around globeUK coronavirus updates – liveUS coronavirus updates – liveSee all our coronavirus coverage 6.24pm GMT Brazil gangs have imposed strict curfews to slow coronavirus spread, write Caio Barretto Briso and Tom Phillips in Rio de Janeiro. Drug traffickers in one of Rio de ...
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Brazil and Mexico Are Latin America's Coronavirus Holdouts

The leaders of the region’s two largest nations — Mexico and Brazil — have largely dismissed the dangers and have resisted calls for a lockdown.
Tags: News, Mexico, Epidemics, Brazil, Latin America, Lopez Obrador, Quarantines, Andres Manuel, Bolsonaro, Jair (1955-, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


Chelsea FC News Now | Hudson-Odoi Recovers | Willian Flies Home | Hakim Ziyech Move Delayed.

Welcome to today's Chelsea FC News Now with plenty of content featured in the last 24-hours that has caught my eye. Today featured in the news is: Callum Hudson-Odoi recovers from Coronavirus Chelsea send out pallets of food deliveries to the players. Willian flies home to Brazil to be with his family. Hakim Ziyech move delayed? Olivier Giroud rejects Chelsea contract. Arjen Robben could have signed for Manchester United. Michael Ballack reveals regret at leaving Chelsea. Cesc Fabregas t...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Manchester United, Real Madrid, Brazil, Olivier Giroud, Latest, Michael Ballack, Willian, Arjen Robben, Vlog, Hakim Ziyech, Chelsea Cesc Fabregas, Chelsea Eden Hazard, Callum Hudson Odoi


Coronavirus: Bolsonaro downplays threat of pandemic to Brazil

The president describes restrictions to fight the virus in the country as a "scorched-earth" policy.
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Brazilians bang pots from windows in protest against Bolsonaro's handling of Covid-19 crisis – video

People in São Paulo banged pots and pans in solidarity with healthcare staff as the city respects a 15-day lockdown to combat the spread of coronavirus. Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro has dropped in the ratings as he  downplayed the pandemic, berating governors of key states including Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, who have ordered residents to stay at homeBolsonaro says he 'wouldn't feel anything' if infected with Covid-19 and attacks state lockdownsBrazil's Jair Bolsonaro says coronavirus c...
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Coronavirus: Brazilians protesting against Bolsonaro bang pots and pans from windows – video

People in São Paulo banged pots and pans in solidarity with healthcare staff as the city respects a 15-day lockdown to combat the spread of coronavirus. Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro has dropped in the ratings as he  downplayed the pandemic, berating governors of key states including Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, who have ordered residents to stay at homeBolsonaro says he 'wouldn't feel anything' if infected with Covid-19 and attacks state lockdownsBrazil's Jair Bolsonaro says coronavirus c...
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Brazilian President Echoes Trump As He Downplays Coronavirus

RIO DE JANEIRO — President Jair Bolsonaro is sticking with his contention that concern about the new coronavirus is overblown, and has accused Brazilian media of trying to stoke nationwide hysteria. Bolsonaro said in a nationally televised address that the media had seized on the death toll in Italy, which he said is suffering so severely because of its elderly population and colder climate. The president said: “The virus arrived, we are confronting it, and it will pass shortly. Our lives hav...
Tags: News, Italy, Brazil, Rio De Janeiro, Jair Bolsonaro, David Taintor, Bolsonaro, Coronavirus, COVID-19, 2020 COVID Outbreak AP


Brazil: Recompra de Ações por Companhias Abertas - Tauil & Chequer

Diante de um cenário mundial de oscilação do mercado de ações, boas oportunidades surgem para aquelas companhias que estão atentas às oportunidades de mercado e buscam aproveitar uma qued...
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Brazil gangs impose strict curfews to slow coronavirus spread

Drug traffickers in Rio favelas order residents to stay homeFears grow over impact of virus on poorest BraziliansCoronavirus – live global updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageDrug traffickers in one of Rio de Janeiro’s best-known favelas have imposed a coronavirus curfew, amid growing fears over the impact the virus could have on some of Brazil’s poorest citizens. Related: Can chloroquine really help treat coronavirus patients? Continue reading...
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