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Brazil suspends WhatsApp digital payments
The Central Bank of Brazil said it had ordered Visa and Mastercard to suspend a joint project with WhatsApp to roll out digital payments within the popular messaging service, over fears it would be anti-competitive.
Parts of Beijing locked down due to fresh virus cluster
Brazil virus death toll now world's second-highest
Graves dug on Rio beach to symbolize Brazil's coronavirus dead
Volunteers dug 100 graves on Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro on Thursday as a symbolic reminder of the thousands of Brazilians who have died from COVID-19, and also to denounce what they called the "incompetence" of public authorities handling the pandemic.
Thousands protest in Brazil amid coronavirus crisis
Thousands of people defied a coronavirus lockdown in Brazil to demonstrate against President Jair Bolsonaro as a public backlash grows over the government's handling of the pandemic.
Brazil threatens to quit WHO, Trump says US beating pandemic
President Jair Bolsonaro threatened to pull Brazil from the World Health Organization over “ideological bias,” as his counterpart Donald Trump said the US economy was recovering from the coronavirus pandemic and Europe sought to reopen its borders.
Brazil court bans raids in Rio favelas during pandemic
A Brazilian Supreme Court justice banned police raids in the slums of Rio de Janeiro during the coronavirus pandemic, amid growing criticism of recent cases of police violence.
Brazil virus deaths surge as pandemic bites in Latin America
Brazil recorded its highest number of coronavirus deaths in a day as Latin America began to feel the full force of the pandemic, while the World Health Organization agreed to investigate its response to the crisis.
More easing in Europe but coronavirus hits hard in S. America, Africa
Major landmarks including Vatican’s Saint Peter's Basilica and the Acropolis in Athens reopened Monday as Europe accelerated its lockdown easing, but mounting coronavirus infections in Brazil, India and South Africa showed the worst is still to come in many countries.
Brazil's central bank to shower economy with money in case of depression: Economy minister
Brazil’s Economy Minister Paulo Guedes said the country’s central bank is likely to shower the economy with money in case of a depression due to the coronavirus pandemic.
With more daily deaths than UK, Brazil is new virus hotspot
Brazil is fast emerging as the new global hotspot for the coronavirus pandemic, trailing only the US in daily deaths.
Brazil risks 'economic collapse' over virus lockdown: Minister
Brazil could face "economic collapse" in a month's time due to stay-at-home measures to stem the coronavirus outbreak, with food shortages and "social disorder," Economy Minister Paulo Guedes warned.
Brazil's top court blocks Bolsonaro move to expel Venezuelan diplomats
A Supreme Court judge issued an injunction on Saturday suspending for 10 days a decision by Brazil’s right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro to expel Venezuela’s 30 diplomats and consular staff.
Brazil deficit jumps to 7% of GDP
Brazil's 2020 deficit is approaching 500 billion reais ($96 billion), or seven percent of gross domestic product, even before a state aid proposal of up to 222 billion reais to tackle the coronavirus is factored in, the Economy Ministry said.
Illegal loggers uncowed by coronavirus  as deforestation rises in Brazil
Deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest rose in March, government data showed, indicating that illegal loggers and land speculators have not stopped destroying the forest with the onset of the coronavirus outbreak.
Iran, Brazil sign MoU on scientific coop.
Iran National Science Foundation and the São Paulo Research Foundation have signed a Memorandum of Understanding on the expansion of scientific cooperation to increase scientific cooperation between the two countries in various fields, Mehr News Agency reported.

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