Brazil Riots Live Updates:  Jair Bolsonaro backers storm government buildings

Brazil Riots Live Updates: Jair Bolsonaro backers storm government buildings

Brazil Riots Live Updates:  Jair Bolsonaro backers storm government buildings

Brazil Riots Live Updates: Jair Bolsonaro backers storm government buildings

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Supporters of former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro have begun to leave the capital after violent rioters stormed government buildings on Sunday.

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Brazil Riots Live Updates:

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00:55 (PST)10 Jan

Brazil unrest: Here is all you need to know about riots

Jair Bolsonaro supporters attacked significant government structures in the capital, Emmanuel Macron & General Antonio Guterres denounced the "assault on Brazil's democratic institutions". At least 12 journalists were attacked on Sunday. The fallout from Sunday's riots, when Jair Bolsonaro supporters attacked significant government structures in the capital, is still being felt in Brazil. The most recent changes are as follows: Violence in protests condemned: French President Emmanuel Macron said that "the will of the Brazilian people and democratic institutions must...

03:00 (PST)09 Jan

Jair Bolsonaro supporters invade Supreme Court, Congress in Brasilia

Demonstrators clash with former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. Many of his supporters concur with him on the validity of the nation's voting system. Public security personnel is called in to disperse the protesters. According to media footage, the supporters of Jair Bolsonaro on Sunday invaded the Supreme Court, the Congress building, and surrounded the presidential palace in Brasilia. In a nod to the supporters of former American President Donald Trump's invasion of the U.S. Capitol on January 6,...

00:31 (PST)10 Jan

Nephew of former President Jair Bolsonaro spotted in protesters

The nephew of former President Jair Bolsonaro was among the protesters.  Leo Indio, shared several videos and photos of himself on Instagram. He claims his eyes were red due to tear gas "fired by security forces". Former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro's nephew, Leonardo Rodrigues de Jesus, also known as "Leo Indio," was among the protesters who stormed the Brazilian capital. Indio shared several videos and photos of himself in the crowd surrounding the Brazilian Congress on his personal Instagram on...

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00:23 (PST)10 Jan

21:32 (PST)09 Jan

Brazil protests: Over 1200 protestors arrested in lieu of vandalism in Brasilia

The majority of the arrests took place in front of the army headquarters in Brasilia. The investigation is now trying to establish who financed the protests. 40 buses that had been used to ferry demonstrators to Brasilia. Over 1,200 protestors arrested and transferred to the Federal Police headquarters in Brasilia, after protestors invaded government palaces on Sunday, according to Brazil's Ministry of Justice. The majority of the arrests took place in front of the army headquarters in Brasilia, where Jair...

00:18 (PST)10 Jan

Riots were Brazilian Capitol Hill, says Flavio Dino

Flavio Dino claims that the constitution was followed to the letter. Dino claims that the constitution was followed to the letter. Dino claimed that God had blessed Brazil because, happily, no one was killed. Flavio Dino, the minister of security and justice, is asked if more could have been done to stop the disturbances as the press conference continues. Dino claims that the constitution was followed to the letter. He claims that governors in other regions had promptly taken action to...

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00:21 (PST)10 Jan

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00:11 (PST)10 Jan

Brazilian justice and security minister begins press briefing

Flavio Dino claims that a gun was found in one of the 40 buses seized by police. He claims that 13,000 emails have already been sent to the administration. 1,200 more arrests have been made today after 209 were made yesterday. Brazilian Justice and Security Minister Flavio Dino has just started a press conference. In one of the 40 buses seized by the federal police, he claims, following the assault of the Congress, a gun was found, indicating that there...

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00:01 (PST)10 Jan

Justice minister Flavio Dino vows to find protest organizers

Interior minister says a team is trying to guarantee that criminal responsibility extends. He said number of crimes, including a "coup d'état" and assaults on media people occurred. He said he wants to ensure that those who broke the law face consequences. Now more from the news conference, as stated by Minister of Security and Justice Flavio Dino. He claims that a team is trying to guarantee that the criminal responsibility extends past the individuals there last night. He claims...

22:21 (PST)09 Jan

17:51 (PST)09 Jan

US "must cease granting refuge" to Bolsonaro, says Alexandria

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says the US "must cease granting refuge" to Bolsonaro. His supporters stormed Brazil's parliament, Supreme Court and presidential palace. New President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva vows to punish those responsible. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said the United States "must cease granting refuge" to former Brazilian leader Jair Bolsonaro, after his supporters stormed major government buildings Sunday in scenes reminiscent of the January 6 US Capitol riot two years ago. According to Brazil's new President Luiz Inacio Lula da...

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22:36 (PST)09 Jan

Brazil's real and stock market falls down after protest in Brasília

Both the Brazilian real and stock market have been declining. The benchmark Sao Paulo stock market index has declined 0.35% in afternoon. The value of the Real has decreased by 1.05% versus the dollar. The Brazilian real and stock market have been declining, after supporters of far-right former President Jair Bolsonaro stormed government facilities in the nation's capital Brasilia. The benchmark Sao Paulo stock market index has declined 0.35% in afternoon trading, while the value of the Real has decreased...

18:11 (PST)09 Jan

Jair Bolsonaro supporters begins to disband after Brasilia riots

Supporters of former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro have begun to flee Brasilia. At least 400 people have been detained as a result of the violence in Brazil's capital. The country's justice minister said everyone involved will be identified and "face justice". Supporters of former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro have begun to flee the city of Brasilia after looting rioters seized important federal buildings on Sunday. After Bolsonaro supporters invaded the Capitol, the Supreme Court, and the Planalto Presidential Palace to...

17:39 (PST)09 Jan

Kremlin condemns Brazilian rioters' conduct

Putin congratulates Brazil's Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva on his election victory. Supporters of ousted Jair Bolsonaro attacked government buildings in Brasilia. Moscow condemns "the conduct of the instigators of the disturbances" in Brazil. After supporters of ousted president Jair Bolsonaro attacked important structures in the Brazilian capital Brasilia on Sunday, Moscow denounced "the conduct of the instigators of the disturbances" in that country. “We fully support the President of Brazil, (Luiz Inácio) Lula da Silva, in his actions aimed...

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