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The Power of Art - an extract from Caroline Campbell's new book

RTE 28 Jan 2024
She is the also the author of a new book, her first, The Power of Art ... From ancient Babylon and Jerusalem to modern-day Brasilia and Pyongyang, this is the story of art across 4,000 years ... Art has existed for as long as there’ve been humans.
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The big picture: ​a memorable encounter on the backstreets of Istanbul

The Guardian 02 Apr 2023
... festivals and workshops devoted to the most democratic of arts. It collects and showcases the work of groups and individuals from Bangkok and Valparaiso and Chittagong and Brasilia and elsewhere.
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Brésil: Lula, atteint d'une pneumonie, reporte son voyage en Chine information fournie par AFP•26/03/2023 à 00:12

Boursorama 26 Mar 2023
Une pression art�rielle �lev�e et des "sympt�mes grippaux" l'avaient pouss� � faire des examens m�dicaux jeudi soir � Brasilia, apr�s une semaine tr�s charg�e avec des visites dans quatre Etats de l'immense Br�sil.
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Brazil watchdog tells Bolsonaro to cede jewels from Saudis

The Associated Press 24 Mar 2023
SAO PAULO (AP) — When rioters stormed Brazil’s top government buildings in January to dispute the outcome of the presidential election, many soldiers stood by as far-right protesters broke windows, defecated in offices and destroyed valuable art.
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Brazil’s Bolsonaro to return jewels from Saudi Arabia

The Associated Press 23 Mar 2023
SAO PAULO (AP) — When rioters stormed Brazil’s top government buildings in January to dispute the outcome of the presidential election, many soldiers stood by as far-right protesters broke windows, defecated in offices and destroyed valuable art.
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After right-wing coup attempt, Lula reins in Brazilian army

People's World 15 Mar 2023
SAO PAULO (AP)—When rioters stormed Brazil’s top government buildings in January to dispute the outcome of the presidential election, many soldiers stood by as far-right protesters broke windows, defecated in offices, and destroyed valuable art.
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Haunted by post-election riot, Brazil’s Lula reins in army

Federal News Radio 12 Mar 2023
SAO PAULO (AP) — When rioters stormed Brazil’s top government buildings in January to dispute the outcome of the presidential election, many soldiers stood by as far-right protesters broke windows, defecated in offices and destroyed valuable art.
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Haunted by post-election riot, Brazil's Lula reins in army

Beaumont Enterprise 11 Mar 2023
... and destroyed valuable art. The images from Brasilia that day still haunt the left-leaning government of President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.
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AP News Summary at 9:55 a.m. EST

Weatherford Democrat 11 Mar 2023
SAO PAULO (AP) — When rioters stormed Brazil’s top government buildings in January to dispute the outcome of the presidential election, many soldiers stood by as far-right protesters broke windows, defecated in offices and destroyed valuable art.
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AP News Summary at 9:45 a.m. EST

The Lufkin News 11 Mar 2023
SAO PAULO (AP) — When rioters stormed Brazil’s top government buildings in January to dispute the outcome of the presidential election, many soldiers stood by as far-right protesters broke windows, defecated in offices and destroyed valuable art.
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AP News Summary at 10:11 a.m. EST

Athens Daily Review 11 Mar 2023
SAO PAULO (AP) — When rioters stormed Brazil’s top government buildings in January to dispute the outcome of the presidential election, many soldiers stood by as far-right protesters broke windows, defecated in offices and destroyed valuable art.
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AP News Summary at 10:14 a.m. EST

The Lufkin News 11 Mar 2023
SAO PAULO (AP) — When rioters stormed Brazil’s top government buildings in January to dispute the outcome of the presidential election, many soldiers stood by as far-right protesters broke windows, defecated in offices and destroyed valuable art.
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AP News Summary at 10:23 a.m. EST

The Galveston Daily News 11 Mar 2023
SAO PAULO (AP) — When rioters stormed Brazil’s top government buildings in January to dispute the outcome of the presidential election, many soldiers stood by as far-right protesters broke windows, defecated in offices and destroyed valuable art.
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AP News Summary at 10:38 a.m. EST

Athens Daily Review 11 Mar 2023
SAO PAULO (AP) — When rioters stormed Brazil’s top government buildings in January to dispute the outcome of the presidential election, many soldiers stood by as far-right protesters broke windows, defecated in offices and destroyed valuable art.
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AP News Summary at 9:01 a.m. EST

The Lufkin News 11 Mar 2023
SAO PAULO (AP) — When rioters stormed Brazil’s top government buildings in January to dispute the outcome of the presidential election, many soldiers stood by as far-right protesters broke windows, defecated in offices and destroyed valuable art.

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