Thousands of angry and distraught Brazilians have taken to the streets to protest and mourn the shooting death of Marielle Franco, a Rio de Janeiro councilwoman and a prominent critic of police killings in shantytowns.
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Bank of America Merrill Lynch's European president Alex Wilmot-Sitwell is leaving the North Carolina-based bank, in a move likely to raise eyebrows across the industry given his role in shaping the bank's response to Brexit.
The killing of a Rio city councillor has sparked mass protests across the country. But will her warnings be heeded?Political cynicism is rife in Brazil, for good reason. Years of scandal have left many regarding elected representatives en masse as corrupt
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