RODRIGO DURÃO COELHO has 20 years of experience as a journalist. He worked for more than 10 years at the BBC in London and Brazil, and also as a Middle East correspondent
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A Supreme Court Justice filed a lawsuit against a TV presenter after criticizing his work. Who’s in the wrong?
The mayor-elect of Brazil’s wealthiest city brings a business-friendly agenda that will rely heavily on privatizations
Dilma Rousseff and Michel Temer accuse each other of being putschists. So who’s right?