Friday, October 30, 2020

Head of Brazil’s Workers’ Party goes on trial for corruption

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The head of Brazil’s once dominant leftist Workers’ Party, Gleisi Hoffmann, went on trial Tuesday for corruption and money laundering. Hoffmann, a senator, is the latest in a long string of high-ranking politicians, including many from the Workers’ Party, caught up in Brazil’s sprawling “Car Wash” corruption probe. Her […]

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