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Brazilian President survives corruption vote

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The Brazilian Congress has voted not to put President Michel Temer on trial for corruption. Opposition lawmakers in the lower house of Congress failed to obtain the two-thirds majority needed to send the case to the Supreme Court. The president has been accused of receiving $12 million in bribes from the boss of a giant […]
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