Covid-positive Brazil president Bolsonaro says he feels 'very well', praises hydroxycholoroquine
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Brazil Bolsonaro: Facebook told to block accounts of president's supportersThe social media giant vows to appeal against the Brazilian Supreme Court ruling.
Brazil medics seek ICC probe of Bolsonaro gov't COVID-19 response
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Firearms exports to Brazil surge as gun ownership increases under BolsonaroControversial relaxation of gun laws is fuelling fears among experts that moves will add to already shocking levels of violence Firearms exports from Austria to..
Brazil's Bolsonaro says he has 'mold' in lungs
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Brazil’s first lady, science minister test positive for COVID-19Brasilia, July 31 : Michelle Bolsonaro, wife of Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro, and Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Marcos Pontes are the latest..
PM Modi to pray at Hanumangarhi ahead of Ram Temple event: Key details
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UP govt allows opening of sweet, rakhi shops ahead of Raksha Bandhan
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Vic Muslims get creative with Eid al-AdhaVictoria's COVID-19 outbreak has dramatically changed Islamic celebrations this weekend, especially for public housing residents in Melbourne.
Amazon region: Brazil records big increase in firesImages from space show there were nearly 7,000 in July - a rise of 28% on the same period last year.
COVID-19: India 5th highest in death count
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Mexico death toll overtakes UK as third-highest in the world
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Fires in Brazil's Amazon rainforest surge in July, worst in recent daysBy Jake Spring BRASILIA (Reuters) - The number of fires in Brazil's Amazon rainforest jumped 28% in July from a year ago, official data showed on Saturday, as..
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