Brazil Petrobras scandal: SC judge blocks former President Lula's appointment to Rousseff government
Refugees reaching Greece to be returned to Turkey under EU deal; human rights groups call it 'illegal,' 'immoral'
Demonstrations rumbled for the second straight night in Sao Paulo and Brasilia on 17 March, after leftist former leader Luiz Inacio â€˜Lulaâ€™ da Silva was sworn in as President Dilma Rousseffs chief of staff and a judge sought to block the move. Protesters filled the streets of Sao Paulos main avenue in anger that Lulas appointment will shield the former president from prosecutors who have charged him with money laundering and fraud as part of a sweeping graft probe centred on state oil company Petrobras.
Mar 18, 2016
Photos of CMs, union ministers can appear in govt ads, Supreme Court says ahead of assembly elections
US Secretary of State John Kerry on Thursday declared that violence by Islamic State (Isis) against religious minorities was genocide, saying the United States would do everything it could to hold the militant group accountable.
Mar 17, 2016
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