Facebook Inc.’s popular WhatsApp messaging service has become a political battle ground in Brazil’s most polarized election in decades, raising concerns.
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Facebook’s election war room setup taking an unusual approach to combating fake accounts and bogus news stories ahead of upcoming midterm elections.
Evidence that could shed light on bribes paid by the company in Mexico has been held up in Brazil as Mexico drags feet on Odebrecht corruption scandal.
Brazilians move to the poll this Sunday for a new president after a huge political corruption scandal which known to be the first in Latin American history.
Jair Bolsonaro presents himself as a far-right option to prevent the return of the leftist Workers Party (PT) in this weekend’s vote in Brazil.
Brazilians will vote in the most polarized election in a generation and the Workers Party could return to office despite corruption cases against it.
Every September, global leaders gather at the United Nations headquarters in New York for the U.N. General Assembly. This year will be on the 25th.
Brazil’s former president Lula da Silva will not yet bow out of Oct. 7 election, waiting first to hear a Supreme Court decision on an appeal of his ban.
Brazil’s far-right candidate Bolsonaro leads in first-round voting for presidential election, but would lose to most rivals in a likely runoff ballot.
Brazil’s main leftist party said it was sticking with former President Lula da Silva as presidential candidate though electoral court threw him off ballot.