Brazil’s Michel Temer charged with corruption

Brazilian President Michel Temer has been charged with accepting bribes by the country’s chief prosecutor. He is accused of receiving money from the boss of a giant meatpacking firm implicated in a corruption scandal. The charges have been delivered to a Supreme Court judge who must now decide if the case can be sent to the lower house of parliament. The BBC reports. Mexican tycoons Slim and Bailleres compete in new round of gas auctions Mexican billionaires Carlos Slim and Alberto Bailleres will compete in a new round of billion-dollar gas auctions scheduled for July 12. The bids will be for 14 fields of primarily “wet gas” in the Burgos Basin, where Mexico’s largest gas reserves are located. Aside from […]

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