Mon 12:33pm By Juliana Gonçalves
Sem reforma agrária, colonos são usados como escudos humanos.
The post Grileiros comandam avanço da fronteira agropecuária sobre a floresta appeared first on The Intercept.
Apr 20, 2017, 1:15 pm By Andrea Jones
Jeff Sessions has worked since at least 2015 to build a case for limiting Muslim immigration. His evidence is ambiguous at best.
The post The Government’s Own Data Shows Country of Origin Is a Poor Predictor of Terrorist Threat appeared first on The Intercept.
Apr 20, 2017, 1:15 pm By Andrea Jones
Alexander Ciccolo professed support for ISIS, but it’s unclear whether he would have posed a threat had the FBI not provided weapons and encouragement.
The post FBI Stings Zero In on ISIS Sympathizers. Few Have Terrorist Links. appeared first on The Intercept.
Apr 20, 2017, 1:14 pm By Andrea Jones
The case of Earnest James Ujaama, a prolific cooperating witness, illustrates the irony of a system that grants leniency to those with information to trade.…
Apr 20, 2017, 1:12 pm By Andrea Jones
In the Liberty City Seven terror case, a group of street hustlers working a scam fell victim to an FBI informant posing as an agent of Al Qaeda.…
Apr 10, 2017, 9:54 am By Andrew Fishman
Golpe contra índios começou na gestão de Dilma Rousseff.
The post A serviço do agronegócio, governo Temer ataca terras e direitos indígenas appeared first on The Intercept.
Apr 10, 2017, 8:10 am By Kim Zetter
What really happened in 2001 when China brought down a U.S. military spy plane? A secret report from the Snowden archive provides details.…
Apr 4, 2017, 4:00 am By Andrew Fishman
Unidades de Conservação estão sob ameaça na fronteira do agronegócio.
The post Grileiros sentem “um ambiente bem mais positivo” em Brasília e avançam para novas conquistas appeared first on The Intercept.
Apr 1, 2017, 1:10 pm By Cora Currier
Documents detail how the EU’s border agency, Frontex, withdrew its patrols from the area where most refugee boats capsize. Nonprofits are scrambling to fill the gaps.…
11:26am By Andrew Fishman
Depois de 50 anos de conflito, o movimento guerrilheiro das Farc chegou a um acordo de paz com o governo colombiano. Mas a desmobilização não é fácil, especialmente para as combatentes mulheres.…
Mar 25, 2017, 10:00 am By Chelsea Matiash
After 50 years of warfare, the FARC guerrilla movement has reached a peace accord with the Colombian government. But demobilization is not easy, particularly for female fighters.…
Mar 24, 2017, 10:56 am By Andrea Jones
For the people living next to the neoprene plant in St. John the Baptist Parish, the lifetime risk of cancer from air pollution is more than 800 times the national average.…
Mar 22, 2017, 1:30 pm By Andrew Fishman
Mesmo com prisões, multas e processos, terras griladas continuam nas mãos do agronegócio.
The post A saga da Famiglia Vilela, os maiores pecuaristas e destruidores de florestas do Brasil appeared first on The Intercept.
Mar 16, 2017, 6:00 am By Andrew Fishman
Após mais de uma década, pacto voluntário entre empresas e ONGs deixa dúvidas sobre eficácia em proteger a Amazônia.
The post Moratória da soja: solução contra o desmatamento ou marketing corporativo? appeared first on The Intercept.
Mar 14, 2017, 3:36 pm By Cora Currier
O que você faria para manter seus filhos vivos? Para estes refugiados da América Central, a resposta é “qualquer coisa”.
The post Refugiados fogem da violência na América Central na esperança de encontrar asilo no México appeared first on The Intercept.
Mar 12, 2017, 9:09 am By Cora Currier
What would you do to keep your children alive? For these Central American refugees in Mexico, the answer is, “anything.”
The post Refugees Fleeing Violence in Central America Hope for Asylum in Mexico appeared first on The Intercept.
Mar 9, 2017, 9:00 am By Sharon Weinberger
The Trump administration says its January 29 raid in Yemen was a huge success. But eyewitness accounts and former and current military officials contradict the White House’s version of events.…
Mar 5, 2017, 10:43 am By Liliana Segura
After 16 years of fighting, Angela Garcia took a plea deal in the arson death of her children. Did prosecutors know their case was fatally flawed?
The post How Junk Arson Science Convicted a Mother of Killing Her Own Daughters appeared first on The Intercept.
12:46pm By Alex Emmons
A dozen federal agents lay in wait outside the Rising Hope United Methodist Church as homeless people emerged from the overnight shelter, and seized several Latino men.…
Feb 20, 2017, 9:04 am By Andrew Fishman
Demanda global por grãos e planos megalomaníacos do agronegócio colocam em risco estabilidade climática do planeta.
The post De Sorriso a Santarém, indústria da soja transforma Bacia do Tapajós em um tabuleiro de grandes obras appeared first on The Intercept.