Pascale Trouillaud

Amazon fires create image nightmare for Brazil

The fires took on an international dimension over the weekend, as French President Emmanuel Macron tackled the topic on Twitter during the G7 summit

Attacks on Brazil’s ecological paradises threaten biodiversity

Brazil's rich biodiversity is under attack from multiple fronts

Lula’s arrest leaves volatile Brazil stumbling

With six months to go before a presidential election, Lula's imprisonment for corruption has created ever deeper divisions

How Ai Weiwei turned the tables on China

Artist and fierce government critic Ai Weiwei has transformed a crippling tax fine he says is designed to silence him into a huge wave of solidarity.

With Suu Kyi free, China’s Liu is only jailed laureate

China is now the only country to detain a Nobel Peace Prize laureate after Burma released Aung San Suu Kyi.

China kicks off National Day extravaganza

China formally kicked off mass celebrations of 60 years of communist rule on Thursday.

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