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A sympathizer of Brazilian presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro wears a mask of Donald Trump as he celebrates his victory on Sunday, October 28, 2018, on Avenida Paulista, in Sao Paulo (Brazil). The far right Jair Bolsonaro won the presidential elections in Brazil with 55.54% of the valid votes and will succeed the president Michel Temer on January 1, to govern the country until 2022. EFE/Fernando Bizerra

A country tired of violence and corruption has chosen a radical solution for all its problems. Brazil now risks going back 30 years in history.

37 die in clash between inmates, police at Venezuelan prison

 08/17/2017 - 04:56
Venezuelan authorities guard the Jose Gregorio Hernandez Hospital after an interior ministry team tried to take the prison by force that in Puerto Ayacucho, Venezuela, 16 August 2017. EPA/Pedro Zapata

 As part of an effort to curb prison violence, the leftist government has imposed a militarized administration in roughly half of Venezuela's penal institutions. US Vice President Mike Pence said Monday in Cartagena, Colombia, that Venezuela is a failed state that threatens the security and prosperity of the entire hemisphere.

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