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Brazil: Brasília Em Pauta – Edição Nº 55 - Tauil & Chequer

O "Brasília em Pauta" é um boletim semanal preparado pela equipe de Contencioso de Brasília, contendo os principais casos a serem julgados pelo Supremo Tribunal Federal (STF)...
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Brazil will have sold off dozens of airports by end of 2022, government says

Brazil is auctioning airports in what the government describes as a bid to raise investments and modernize infrastructure.
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See one million turtles released in the Amazon

To combat declining populations, a conservation project released one million Amazon River turtles on the border between Brazil and Bolivia.
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See 1 million turtles released in the Amazon

To combat declining populations, a conservation project released one million Amazon River turtles on the border between Brazil and Bolivia.
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Brazil soccer legend Pelé hospitalized for colon tumor

Brazilian soccer legend Pelé has been hospitalized for chemotherapy treatment of a colon tumor Wednesday, a spokesperson at Sao Paulo's Albert Einstein hospital confirmed to CNN.
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Anger as Jair Bolsonaro to allow unvaccinated visitors into Brazil

There are fears the decision will reserve the gains made by a successful vaccination campaignCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe Brazilian government has been accused of seeking to turn the South American country into a paradise for unvaccinated tourists after it shunned calls – including from its own health regulator – to demand proof of vaccination from visitors.The decision – announced on Tuesday by the health minister, Marcelo Queiroga – sparked anger in a nation ...
Tags: Travel, Health, Science, Americas, World news, Infectious Diseases, Brazil, Vaccines and immunisation, Jair Bolsonaro, Coronavirus, Marcelo Queiroga


Pele: Brazil legend back in hospital for treatment on colon tumour

Brazil legend Pele is in hospital to have treatment for a colon tumour.
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Why Athletes Defied Brazil’s Laws to Perform a 135-Meter High Stunt

However you expect to see your career peak, its unlikely to match the same height as that of a group of athletes who performed a 135-meter high stunt to promote Argentinian beer brand Cerveza Patagonia. "The Mountain Intervention" stunt, performed for the Anheuser-Bush-owned beer, saw 10 athletes walk along a 125-meter highline in S?o Paulo...
Tags: Advertising, Health and Wellness, Beer, Brazil, Anheuser Bush, Spirits & Cannabis


Researchers discover biomarker that could aid in early detection of high risk COVID-19 patients

Led by computational researchers from WEHI, in collaboration with The University of Queensland, Queensland University of Technology and Hospital Marcelino Champagnat in Brazil, the study used advanced spatial transcriptomic techniques to screen for genes associated with excessive inflammation in the lungs, a key indicator of severe COVID-19.
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The 20 Best Netflix Original Movies Of 2021 Ranked

Over the past few years, Netflix has slowly been building its reputation as a production company to take seriously during awards season. And since the pandemic took a bite out of theater attendance, the streaming service has taken every opportunity to further flesh out its already formidable slate of original content. In 2021, Netflix received an impressive 36 Academy Award nominations, the most of any distributor, and would go on to win seven of those (two for "Mank" and "Ma Rainey's Black Bott...
Tags: Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Montana, Massachusetts, India, New York City, Los Angeles, Earth, Netflix, Brooke Shields, Jake Gyllenhaal, Vogue, Stephen Sondheim, Amy Poehler, Broadway, New Zealand


Bolsonaro Dismisses Vaccination Requirement for Entry Into Brazil

BRASILIA (Reuters) - President Jair Bolsonaro on Tuesday criticized Brazil's health regulator Anvisa for proposing a vaccination requirement for...
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The Godfather Is Heading Back To Theaters In 4K

Just when you thought you were out, "The Godfather" pulls you back in. It's been almost a full half-century since Francis Ford Coppola's mob epic, widely considered to be one of the greatest movies of all time, first came to movie theaters. After premiering in New York, "The Godfather" went into wide release in the U.S. on March 24, 1972. It's one of the all-time greats, yet there's a whole generation of moviegoers who never got the chance to see it on the big screen.All that will change next ye...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Movies, News, Brazil, Cbs, Paramount Pictures, Paramount, Robert Redford, Francis Ford Coppola, Blu Ray, Collider, Brando, American Film Institute, AFI, Robert Duvall


Cerveza Patagonia: The Mountain Intervention

The peak of your career or, perhaps, an even higher peak? Highliners perform a breathtaking feat in Sao Paulo between two skyscrapers to create an unexpected OOH. “The Mountain Intervention”, from Cerveza Patagonia, wants to get people to reflect about their priorities in life. In the middle of the chaos of Sao Paulo, the busiest city in Brazil, 135 metres up in the air, athletes walk along a 125-metre highline to get people to reflect about the way they live their lives in bi...
Tags: Advertising, Brazil, Sao Paulo, Cerveza Patagonia


Kino Lorber Takes U.S., Canadian Rights to Brazil’s Oscar Entry, ‘Private Desert’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Kino Lorber has acquired U.S. and Canadian  distribution rights to Aly Muritiba’s “Private Desert” (“Deserto Particular”) Brazil’s International Feature Oscar submission and a love story hailed for its large sensibility as well as political point. The deal was negotiated with the film’s world sale agent, Rome-based Intramovies. Kino Lorber will bring ‘Private Desert’ to U.S. […]
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How photos can curb illegal deforestation in the Amazon

As of 2020, Brazil continues to lead the world in primary forest loss with an increase of 25% year over year. In the Amazon, the clear-cut deforestation rate is at its highest in over 10 years. Instituto Socioambiental (ISA) is a Brazilian nonprofit founded in 1994 to promote solutions to this crisis and other social and environmental issues. With a focus on the defense of the environment, cultural heritage, and human rights, ISA promotes solutions for indigenous peoples and other traditional co...
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Who Is Across The Spider-Verse's New Spider-Man? Spider-Man 2099 Explained

It's a great month to be a Spider-fan. In addition to "Spider-Man: No Way Home" hitting theaters this month, the past weekend has seen the announcement of a two-part sequel to the widely beloved animated tale "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse," complete with a stunning new first look teaser. The original 2018 film saw Miles Morales' turn at the web-slinging mantle (voiced by Shameik Moore), faced with battling the vicious criminal Kingpin as the latter's technology opens portals to a host of ot...
Tags: Movies, Earth, Sony, Brazil, Oscar Isaac, Miguel, Kingpin, Miles, Peter Parker, Miles Morales, Shameik Moore, Nueva York, Miguel O Hara, Spider Gwen Hailee Steinfeld, Alchemax


Brazil football club gives fans free tattoos

Belo Horizonte (Brazil) (AFP) – Fresh off winning the Brazilian league title for the first time in 50 years, football club Atletico Mineiro gave its fans free tattoos Monday to celebrate. Hundreds of fans lined... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
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Brazil Eyes $1.17 Trillion Halal Food Market, Keen to Boost Farm Trade With Islamic World -Official

By Ana ManoSAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazil, the world's largest exporter of foodstuffs like coffee, beef and soybeans, is keen to increase farm...
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In Naming Omicron Variant, Authorities Skipped 'Xi' and 'Nu'

WHO has been using the Greek alphabet to name coronavirus strains, but avoided two letters that presented problems. From a report: As health authorities around the world grappled with the emergence of a new strain of the coronavirus, virologists were struggling with a thorny question of their own: What should they name it? The World Health Organization has been using Greek letters to refer to the most widely prevalent coronavirus variants, which otherwise carry unwieldy scientific names. It had ...
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Worldwide: ESA Takes Aggressive Action To Designate Pirate Markets In Mexico And Brazil As "Notorious" - Winston & Strawn LLP

On October 11, 2021, the Entertainment Software Association (ESA or Association) informed the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) of certain foreign websites...
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Brazil: Competition Compliance In Brazil: Retrospective And Perspective - Levy & Salomao Advogados

Most compliance-related efforts by Brazilian authorities in the spotlight today are related to anticorruption enforcement, as a result of the legal framework in place since 2014, which introduced investigative tools that ...
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Spider-Verse 3 Release Window Revealed by Lord and Miller

The first trailer for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 2 was released out of Brazil’s CCXP on Saturday night, together with a confirmed release date, and only a one-year waiting period before... #acrossthespiderverse #partone #collide
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Exposure to Chikungunya may offer partial cross-protection against Mayaro virus

A study conducted at the University of São Paulo (USP) in Brazil suggests people previously infected by Chikungunya virus may develop partial immunity to Mayaro virus.
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Ventana Sur: Major Highlights of the Just-Wrapped Edition, From Netflix to Brazil and Top Deals

As new COVID protocols bedeviled travel to the U.K. and other parts of Europe, 3,000 lucky souls, including several hundred execs from Europe, were able to enjoy summer sun and post-lockdown reunions at Buenos Aires’ Ventana Sur. Latin America’s biggest film and TV market and forum, it wrapped Friday Dec. 3 with an humungous, though […]
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Brazil's Rio Cancels New Year Celebration as Pandemic Continues

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - The mayor of Rio de Janeiro canceled New Year's Eve celebrations after Brazil confirmed the first known cases of the Omicron...
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Lessons from Turkey to SA: Economic independence is a battle

Without tighter capital controls, regulating the flow of money in and out of their economies, Turkey and South Africa are vulnerable to the whims of the financial markets The post Lessons from Turkey to SA: Economic independence is a battle appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
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Brazil's top court opens investigation into Bolsonaro for linking Covid-19 vaccines to AIDS

Brazil's Supreme Court has ordered an investigation into President Jair Bolsonaro's false claim that people who have been vaccinated against Covid-19 may have a higher risk of contracting AIDS.
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Bolsonaro: Brazilian Supreme Court opens investigation into vaccine comments

Brazil's president will face a Supreme Court inquiry for his falsehood about Covid-19 jabs and Aids.
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‘Ayelen,’ ’Journey,’ ‘Berg’s Books,’ ‘Upiro’ Win Big at Ventana Sur

Argentina’s “Ayelén and the Forest Shadow,” Uruguay’s “The Eagle Heist,” Mexico’s “Journey to the Land of the Tarahumara,” Brazil’s “Berg’s Books”and Spain’s “Upiro” proved top winners at a Ventana Sur prize ceremony which in its very form stressed just how much the biggest film-TV market in Latin America has expanded. Prior to the pandemic, prize […]
Tags: News, Mexico, Global, Spain, Netflix, Festivals, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Ventana Sur, Latin America, Berg, Cannes Marche du Film


Fauci slams Fox News for not disciplining Lara Logan for comparing him to a Nazi doctor

Dr. Anthony Fauci testifies before the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee, on Capitol Hill in Washington, on July 20, 2021.AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, Pool Fauci said Lara Logan's comparison of him to a Nazi doctor in a Fox News appearance was "disgusting." "How they can let her say that with no comment and no disciplinary action? I'm astounded by that," Fauci said. Fauci said Logan's comments were an insult to all of the people who suffered under the Nazis....
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