RIO DE JANEIRO The "baile funk" dance parties have been called off. Some open-air drug markets are closed for business. Gangs and militias have imposed strict curfews. Coronavirus is coming, and Rio de Janeiro's lawless favelas are gearing up for the onslaught.
RIO DE JANEIRO Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who met with Donald Trump in the United States less than a week ago, will be retested for coronavirus following a negative test on Friday, Brazil's Estado de S.Paulo newspaper reported. | Video
SAO PAULO/RIO DE JANEIRO, Jan 10 Annual consumer
inflation in Brazil accelerated in 2019 to a three-year high,
edging past the center of a central bank target as surging meat
exports drove up prices in the domestic market.