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An 'assault on democracy': World leaders react to pro-Bolsonaro riots in Brazil


Global leaders condemn pro-Bolsonaro rioters that stormed political buildings in Brazil's capital, Brasilia.

Added on the 09/01/2023 08:36:54 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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