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Brazil's Foreign Minister Resigns


Brazil's Foreign Minister, Jose Serra has resigned. In a letter to Brazilian President Michel Temer, Serra expressed that he was "saddened" and cited health problems and upcoming medical treatments as the reason he was stepping down. Serra took office last year in May after former president Dilma Rousseff was suspended. The 74-year-old's political career began in 1995, as the Planning Minister for former president Fernando Henrique Cardoso.

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