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Paula Daibert

Brazilian journalist with a Master's degree in Arab and Islamic Studies by the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Freelance Brazil correspondent for the Thomson Reuters Foundation's TrustLaw news website, which specializes in corruption issues. Interested in Brazil and its relations with other countries. Global Voices’ author and translator.

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Latest posts by Paula Daibert

26 April 2013

Indigenous People Occupy Brazil's Congress Over Land Rights Bill

The occupation of a plenary session of the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies by around 300 indigenous people, on April 16, have caught congressmen by surprise and have put the spotlight...

17 April 2013

Displaced Residents Accuse Brazilian Power Plant of False Promises

Among 4,325 people that have been either removed or indirectly affected by the construction of the Jirau and Santo Antonio dams in the Madeira river region, in the Brazilian Amazon,...

22 February 2013

Yoani Sánchez Divides Opinions on a Visit to Brazil

Cuban blogger Yoani Sánchez was received in Brazil by pro-Cuban government protesters, who accuse her of receiving money from the United States' government and of being a CIA agent. The...

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