The United States condemned the Russian action at the time. During part of the war, the Brazilian costal town had one of was the busiest airports in the world.
The sweep will target contractors deemed sympathetic to the centrist and left-wing parties that have ruled Brazil for most of the period since the country shucked off military dictatorship in 1985. "Brazil has American technology to monitor borders and could obtain new technologies", Da Silva told The Associated Press.
Bolsonaro said in an interview with SBT TV network that he had agreed to transfer the embassy to Jerusalem during his talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who visited Brazil specifically for the inauguration ceremony of the right-wing president.
The Venezuelan president, in his turn, has suggested that the election of Bolsonaro would result in emergence of leftist governments across the region.
For indigenous leaders and environmental activists, the decision cemented fears that Brazil's new president would roll back years of progress in slowing deforestation.
Critics argue those ideas only risk inflaming Brazil's violent streets and worsening Brazil's murder tally, almost 64,000 people in 2017, a record.
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro is keen to move his country's embassy in Israel to the contested city of Jerusalem, a leading official has said.
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While legal gun ownership is restricted, drug traffickers and other criminal groups are often heavily armed with automatic weapons.
Rio de Janeiro (AP) - Brazil's newly inaugurated government ordered military police sent to a violent northeastern state Friday following a wave of attacks on banks, public buildings and vehicles over the past two days.
This is the aftermath of widespread violence in Brazil as the country's new hardline president faces his first major challenge in office following a crackdown on prisons.
Much of that task falls to his justice minister, Sergio Moro, a former star judge who headed up Operation Car Wash, an investigation into Brazil's biggest-ever corruption scandal.
Guedes also expressed the need for "tax simplification and reduction"-a sign that the administration will worsen the already-regressive tax code which has slashed taxes for the rich while leaving low-income families paying more each year, proportionally, than rich households".
"He's also confident that it (the relationship between the USA and Brazil) will benefit the world and the set of shared values that we believe we can together advance", Pompeo said before leaving Brasilia for Colombia. About in foreign policy.