Demonstrators handcuff themselves to each other during a protest calling for the impeachment of Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff at the National Congress in Brasilia, Brazil October 28, 2015. REUTERS/Adriano Machado
NYTimes Brazil Tracks From Boom to Rust BY NADIA SUSSMAN April 12th, 2014 Brazil’s economic boom bore big construction projects to empower its impoverished interior. But as the economy cools, many are unfinished, leaving a legacy of division and dislocation.
Ms. Rousseff used the international platform to assert that the campaign to oust her from office is little more than a coup d’état.
Coletiva de imprensa na Sede da Superintendência da Polícia Federal em Curitiba nesta sexta-feira (1º). Foi deflagrada a 27ª fase da Operação Lava Jato batizada de Operação Carbono 14 (Foto: Rodolfo Buhrer / La Imagem / Fotoarena / Ag. O Globo)
2014 - STRDEL - Indian schoolchildren pray during morning assembly at their school in Shimla on December 17, 2014, as they pay tribute to slain Pakistani schoolchildren and staff after an attack on an army school in the restive city of Peshawar.
Zacharias Nicholas Haida Carved Totem Three figures painted in red, blue, and black mounted on a red semi-circular base, height 26.75 in. late 19th century Zacharias Nicholas is best known as the carver for the "Chicago Settee", located in the Field Museum, Chicago. A similar carving was offered at Sotheby's May 1996 American Indian Auction (Lot 212). Further discussion about the Chicago Settee Carver can be found in American Indian Art Magazine 2009: 68-72. Sold: $21,150.00