Brazil’s Bolsonaro greets supporters after recovering from COVID-19 | AFP

Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro greets supporters outside the Alvorada Palace in Brasilia as they snap photos with him, after announcing he has tested negative for COVID-19 over two weeks since he was diagnosed.

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Supporters of President Bolsonaro hold demonstration | AFP

Supporters of Jair Bolsonaro demonstrate in the streets of Brasilia to show their support for the Brazilian president, who is still in quarantine because he tested positive for Covid-19.

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Brazil’s Bolsonaro removes face mask after testing positive for virus | AFP

Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro removes his face mask before leaving a press conference in Brasilia’s Alvorada Palace, after he announced in a press conferente that he tested positive for COVID-19. IMAGES

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Brasilia: 1,000 crosses honour COVID-19 victims in virus-hit Brazil | AFP

A thousand crosses are placed in front of the Brazilian Congress to honour the people who died of Covid-19, and to denounce President Jair Bolsonaro handling of the pandemic. Brazil has the second-highest number of infections and deaths from the new coronavirus worldwide, after the United States: more than 1.2 million and 55,000, respectively. IMAGES

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Bolsonaro wears mask in public after legal ruling | AFP

Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro has worn a face mask at an official event in Brasilia, following a ruling by a federal judge ordering him to wear one in public spaces. Bolsonaro has repeatedly flouted COVID-19 containment measures, despite Brazil being the second hardest-hit country by the virus worldwide.

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Supporters of Brazil’s Bolsonaro gather to counter pro-democracy rally | AFP

Hundreds of supporters of Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro gather in Brasilia in a counter-protest to a pro-democracy rally calling for Bolsonaro’s impeachment, as confirmed COVID-19 cases in Brazil surge past one million, the second worst-affected country with almost 50,000 deaths. IMAGES

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Anti-Bolsonaro demonstration in Brasilia | AFP

Hundreds of people protest in Brasilia against President Jair Bolsonaro as confirmed COVID-19 cases in Brazil surge past one million, the second worst-affected country with almost 50,000 deaths, helping to push Latin America’s total infections beyond the two million mark. IMAGES

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Brazilian nurses pay tribute to fallen colleagues | AFP

Dozens of nurses in Brasilia gather to honour some 100 colleagues who have died from the coronavirus. Brazil has been the hardest-hit Latin American country, with the death toll reaching 12,400 as of Tuesday.

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Presidents of Russia and China shake hands ahead of BRICS summit | AFP

Russian president Vladimir Putin and Chinese president Xi Jinping shake hands ahead of BRICS summit in Brasilia. IMAGES

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Protesters gather outside Venezuelan embassy in Brazil | AFP

Demonstrators shout “coup plotter” outside Venezuelan embassy in Brasilia, after officials opened the doors to opposition leader Juan Guaido’s appointed ambassador Teresa Belandria. IMAGES

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Brazil’s Bolsonaro arrives in Brasilia after hospital discharge | AFP

Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro arrives in the capital eight days after the far-right leader underwent a fourth operation on his stomach, where he was stabbed during a campaign rally last year IMAGES

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Chile’s Pinera meets with Brazil’s Bolsonaro in Brasilia | AFP

Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro welcomes his Chilean counterpart Sebastian Pinera at the Alvorada Palace in Brasilia. IMAGES

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Protest outside French embassy in Brasilia | AFP

Around 40 supporters of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro protest against French Emmanuel Macron outside French embassy in Brasilia, after Macron has accused Bolsonaro of lying over Brazil’s stance on climate change. IMAGES

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China’s Foreign minister meets his Brazilian counterpart in Brasilia | AFP

China’s Foreign Affairs Minister Wang Yi meets with his Brazilian counterpart Ernesto Araujo at the Itamaraty Palace, headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Brazil, in Brasilia. IMAGES

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Venezuela’s Guaido meets EU ambassadors in Brasilia

Venezuela’s opposition leader Juan Guaido meets with ambassadors at the European Union headquarters in Brasilia, during his visit to Brazil for talks aimed at securing more support from President Jair Bolsonaro. IMAGES

Brazil’s Drug Gangs Are Prepared To Go To War Over Bolsonaro’s Gun Crackdown (HBO)

Brazil’s new president, Jair Bolsonaro, signed a temporary decree on Tuesday fulfilling a campaign promise to tackle the country’s epidemic of violence by making it easier for Brazilians to buy guns.

“I signed this decree, created by many upstanding people, so that at this first moment, upstanding citizens can have peace inside their homes,” Bolsonaro said at the signing ceremomy in the country’s capital, Brasília.

Bolsonaro, a conservative former Army captain, was sworn in as president on Jan. 1 after sweeping to power last year on a hard-line law-and-order platform, pledging to reduce the countrys record murder rate and booming trade in illegal drugs that fuels it.

On the main highway leading into Rio de Janeiro, Brazil’s Federal Highway Patrol or PRF say they’re confiscating record numbers of illegal guns and drugs. The officers patrolling the road seized 18 tons of drugs last year — a more than 300-percent increase from the year before.

“It’s a traditional route for drug traffickers – not just for drugs, but also heavy arms,” Alcino Galvao da Silva, Unit Leader of the Federal Highway Patrol, told VICE News. “Machine guns, bullets, marijuana, and cocaine… It has grown quite a bit, especially in Rio de Janeiro.”

“Johnny,” as he asked VICE News to call him, has been dealing drugs for the Third Command drug gang since he was 16 years-old. Now at 28 he manages all the drugs corners in the neighborhood and isn’t afraid to defend them by force.

“I can tell you that today I’ve got 35 homicides,” “Johnny” told VICE News. “Fear? We don’t have fear. That’s what we’re here for. To kill and die. We’ll die, but die fighting. It’s our war motto: Die fighting.”

Bolsonaros plan to “give guns to good people,” and ramp up the military’s role by giving security forces more power to shoot and kill armed criminals isn’t getting the drug gangs to drop their guns. Third Command says their stockpilling weapons of war.

“He’s going to take the world into an urban war,” “Johnny” told VICE News. “Instead of us killing the Red Command we’re going to go after the guy who is in the police who listened to one of Bolsonaro’s orders.”

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Bolsonaro v horse: Skittish animal halts Brazilian president’s motorcade

A skittish horse briefly halted the motorcade of Brazil’s new President Jair Bolsonaro during his procession in Brasilia as part of his inauguration festivities on Tuesday.

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New Brazil leader Bolsonaro targets crime, leftwing ‘ideology’

Just sworn in as president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro salutes troops and the public outside the presidential palace in Brasilia, before declaring a crusade against crime, corruption and leftwing ideology as he takes office for a four-year term at the helm of Latin America’s biggest nation.

New Brazil leader Bolsonaro targets crime, leftwing ‘ideology’

Just sworn in as president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro salutes troops and the public outside the presidential palace in Brasilia, before declaring a crusade against crime, corruption and leftwing ideology as he takes office for a four-year term at the helm of Latin America’s biggest nation.