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Brazil’s ex-president Bolsonaro hospitalized in Florida

Former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has been admitted to hospital in Florida suffering with stomach pains. Brazil has so far said it has no plans to ask for the far-right politician to be extradited from the US.

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17 Dec
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14 Dec
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