There is little reason to believe the far-right president will cease his attacks on the judiciary any time soon.
Marcelo Queiroga tested positive after attending the gathering of world leaders.
All eyes are on Paris for the 2024 Olympics but Rio residents are still waiting for promises to be delivered.
The 80-year-old was hospitalised again due to respiratory problems days after surgery for suspected colon tumour.
Indigenous groups say Brazilian Supreme Court decision will be critical as they seek to defend ancestral land rights.
Over two dozen countries, including China, Russia, India, Brazil, Saudi Arabia and Qatar also expected to join pledge.
Three quarters of the killings occurred in Latin America, Global Witness report says; Colombia has the most deaths.
Representing 45% of the world’s population, some of these fast-growing countries have failed to live up to expectations.
August deforestation was lower than last year, but rates remain much higher than before Bolsonaro took office.
Truckers are halting traffic on several Brazilian highways in support of Bolsonaro, despite his pleading them to stop.
The COVID-19 pandemic, security and Afghanistan are likely to dominate conversations at this year’s virtual summit.
Supreme Court leader’s comments come amid wave of verbal attacks by Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro against court.
A new report makes the case that disasters are interconnected and that piecemeal solutions will continue to fall short.
Brazil’s far-right president riles up hundreds of thousands of his supporters at mass rallies denouncing Supreme Court.