A research on Funai, Brazil’s National Indian Foundation, shows troubling information
According to the Socio-environmental Institute, deforestation on Indigenous lands rose 138% since Bolsonaro took office
Both are facing an inquiry to investigate an alleged kickback scheme to get access to public money
Residents of northeast Brazil denounce difficulty in accessing drinking water after Equinox Gold accident
To the Yanomami people, mining is the same as death, hunger, diseases and sexual exploitation
The Amazon region, where the pair were reported missing, accounts for half of all land conflicts in the country
Loyalty to Bolsonaro and to the far right agenda are characteristics that unite the new candidates
The leaders heard by Brasil de Fato demand aerial searches in the region and explain who are the men arrested
Security forces announced efforts to find the two men, and people are asking on social media platforms: Where are they?
Indigenous individuals searched the route but found no trace. Both should have arrived in the city by Sunday morning
Around 24,000 hectares are devoted to the planting of transgenic cotton in the Chapada do Apodi
Members of the House have denounced attacks from fundamentalist individuals that curse them and make “exorcism gestures”
In an election year, far-right groups are dominant on the platform, where they disseminate false information on fraud
Leticia Cesarino, anthropology professor in UFSC, points out right-wing dominance over digital "underground platforms"
Food prices soared and salary range did not have a real rise with Bolsonaro
Aggravated by Bolsonaro, the scenario that is pushing Brazilians into poverty started in Temer’s administration
Although the disputed land is not officially protected by environmental agencies, experts highlights its importance
Lula advocated for uniting a broad political spectrum against Bolsonaro to “reclaim democracy and recover sovereignty"
Bini, digital rights activist and friend of Julian Assange may be sentenced to up to 5 years in prison by an Ecuadorian
The number of parties that joined Lula’s pre-candidacy equals that of 1994, but has a wide-raging political spectrum