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Brazil, the second biggest steel exporter to the United States after Canada, would be hit hard by Trump's imposition of 25 percent tariffs on steel and 10 percent on aluminum.
Brazil's loss-making pension system leaves the unpopular measure as a campaign issue for October's elections and a major headache for his successor.
President Michel Temer signed a decree Friday putting the police in Rio under military command, the first such measure since the end of a two-decade military dictatorship in 1985.
Two children burned in an arson attack at a nursery school in Brazil succumbed to their wounds Friday, bringing the death toll to eight on the day the first victims were buried.
Temer, the first president in the country to face criminal charges while in office, is accused of obstruction of justice and racketeering.
The treaty on the prohibition of nuclear weapons was adopted by 122 countries, except the nine nuclear powers, at the United Nations in July following negotiations.
Justice Luis Roberto Barroso ruled that there is evidence for prosecutors to investigate whether Michel Temer used his position to favor a company operating in the port of Santos.
PM Narendra Modi and Brazilian President Michel Temer discuss partnership based on common global vision at BRICS summit
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today met Brazilian President Michel Temer and discussed a partnership based on a "common global vision".
Brazil's government said Thursday it has frozen attempts to license commercial mining in a huge natural reserve in the Amazon after a court decision put the controversial project on hold.
Brazil's embattled president survived a key congressional vote that could have suspended him over a bribery charge, mustering enough support to stay in office and avoid being tried in court.
Temer is facing a showdown after a vote in Congress' lower house Wednesday on whether he should be suspended and put on trial over a bribery charge filed against him.
Temer, the first sitting president of Brazil to face criminal charges, is accused of accepting bribes from a giant meatpacking company.
Temer, the first sitting president of Brazil to face criminal charges, is accused of accepting bribes from a giant meat packing company. He is also under investigation for belonging to a criminal orga
For Temer to go on trial, the lower house of Congress must first approve Janot's charge by a two-thirds majority.
The statement warned of legal, political and institutional consequences if the reported operation were proven at any time.