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Brazil justice minister Sergio Moro denies conspiring against Lula

WorldNews Tuesday, 11 June 2019
Brazil justice minister Sergio Moro denies conspiring against LulaThe Intercept published excerpts of the messages on Sunday, saying they had been sent on the encrypted messaging app Telegram during the five-year inquiry. They were leaked by an anonymous source, the site added. In the...
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