https://theintercept.com/2017/03/26/serraglio-nao-tem-condicao-moral-para-continuar-ministro-da-justica/ en 2017-03-26T11:57:01-04:00 https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/Capturar-1490457126-440x438.jpg Capturar 1490457126 https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/1030858-130716dsc_5012-1490456928.jpg 1030858-130716dsc_5012-1490456928 Brasília - O Presidente da CCJ da Câmara dos Deputados, Osmar Serraglio e o ex-presidente da Câmara, Eduardo Cunha durante o encerramento da sessão de votação do processo de Cunha (Antonio Cruz/ Agência Brasil) https://theintercept.com/2017/03/25/photo-essay-out-of-hiding-women-rebels-in-colombia-face-uneasy-transition-to-civilian-life/ en 2017-03-25T14:00:06-04:00 https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/intercept-FARC-colombia-newsha-Tavakolian-magnum-photography-20-1490204726-1024x768.jpg COLOMBIA. 2017. A guerilla https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/intercept-FARC-colombia-newsha-Tavakolian-magnum-photography-13-1490204653.jpg COLOMBIA. 2017. A guerrilla braiding her comrade https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/intercept-FARC-colombia-newsha-Tavakolian-magnum-photography-15-1490204683.jpg COLOMBIA. 2017. Guerrillas washing clothes and blankets. https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/intercept-FARC-colombia-newsha-Tavakolian-magnum-photography-38-b-1490294854.jpg intercept FARC colombia newsha Tavakolian magnum photography 38 b 1490294854 https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/intercept-FARC-colombia-newsha-Tavakolian-magnum-photography-19-1490204710.jpg COLOMBIA. 2017. A guerrilla couple in a tent. https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/intercept-FARC-colombia-newsha-Tavakolian-magnum-photography-34-b-1490294656.jpg intercept FARC colombia newsha Tavakolian magnum photography 34 b 1490294656 https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/intercept-FARC-colombia-newsha-Tavakolian-magnum-photography-25-1490204782.jpg COLOMBIA. 2017. A fighter playing with a comrade’s child. For the first time since FARC’s formation, female members are allowed to keep their babies with the permission of their commander. https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/intercept-FARC-colombia-newsha-Tavakolian-magnum-photography-31-b-1490294678.jpg intercept FARC colombia newsha Tavakolian magnum photography 31 b 1490294678 https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/intercept-FARC-colombia-newsha-Tavakolian-magnum-photography-24-1490204765.jpg COLOMBIA. 2017. A FARC fighters washing in camp. https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/intercept-FARC-colombia-newsha-Tavakolian-magnum-photography-29-1490204811.jpg COLOMBIA. 2017. Andrea Cepeda, 23, joined the guerrilla 8 years ago when she was 16. "My father was also a Farc guerrilla, when I was 11 he was killed, after that my mother took all her children to Cali and we started working on a land as farmers. While we were working the Farc guerrillas where there most of the time and I was wondering all the time that I should join them along with my sister. So one day I made my decision and left the house. Since I was a small girl, when we would go to battle my commander did not want me not to be in the front line and my task was to take care of the other commanders in the back. All my belongings from these past 8 years can be packed into just one small backpack because we had to run away all the time and we didn https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/intercept-FARC-colombia-newsha-Tavakolian-magnum-photography-14-topper-1490205861.jpg intercept-FARC-colombia-newsha-Tavakolian-magnum-photography-14-topper-1490205861 COLOMBIA. 2017. The Cauca jungle where FARC guerrillas lived for 52 years. For the first time since it's formation, FARC members have been able to emerge from hiding and are currently living in a temporary camp as they wait for government-sponsored housing to be built. https://theintercept.com/2017/03/25/quem-ainda-aguenta-a-lava-jato/ en 2017-03-25T10:00:51-04:00 https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/627663460-1490395066-440x440.jpg A man wears a t shirt with the image of American comic hero Superman with the face of Brazilian Federal Judge Sergio Moro, who conducts the Lava Jato (Car wash) operation, the biggest corruption investigation in Brazil https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/542423262-1490395128.jpg BRAZIL-CRISIS-CORRUPTION-BERNARDO-ARREST Brazilian Federal Police personnel raid the residence former Planning Minister Paulo Bernard in Brasilia, on June 23, 2016. Bernardo, Minister of Planning during the government of President Lula Da Silva was arrested on the sidelines of the "Lava Jato" anti-corruption operation and police also raided the PT headquarters in Sao Paulo. / AFP / ANDRESSA ANHOLETE (Photo credit should read ANDRESSA ANHOLETE/AFP/Getty Images) https://theintercept.com/2017/03/24/apple-diz-corrigiu-ha-anos-vulnerabilidades-reveladas-por-wikileaks/ en 2017-03-24T19:30:36-04:00 https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/GettyImages-147238295-1490323556-1490382076.jpg This photo taken on May 27, 2010 shows C This photo taken on May 27, 2010 shows Chinese workers in the Foxconn factory in Shenzhen, in southern China's Guangdong province. A labour rights group said on June 28, it had found "deplorable" conditions at Apple suppliers in China, following a probe of several firms that supply the US technology giant. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/GettyImages) https://theintercept.com/2017/03/24/direto-da-prisao-impressoes-sobre-a-guerra-ao-terror-americano-explica-o-que-o-levou-ao-extremismo/ en 2017-03-24T16:16:41-04:00 https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/shaker-at-22-family-photo-1490107604-206x300.jpg shaker at 22 family photo 1490107604 https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/dispatch-from-prison-1489610521.jpg dispatch-from-prison-1489610521 https://theintercept.com/2017/03/24/apple-says-it-fixed-cia-vulnerabilities-years-ago/ en 2017-03-24T15:07:16-04:00 https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/GettyImages-147238295-1490323556.jpg This photo taken on May 27, 2010 shows C This photo taken on May 27, 2010 shows Chinese workers in the Foxconn factory in Shenzhen, in southern China's Guangdong province. A labour rights group said on June 28, it had found "deplorable" conditions at Apple suppliers in China, following a probe of several firms that supply the US technology giant. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/GettyImages) https://theintercept.com/2017/03/24/a-louisiana-town-plagued-by-pollution-shows-why-cuts-to-the-epa-will-be-measured-in-illnesses-and-deaths/ en 2017-03-24T14:56:12-04:00 https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/dupont-sharon-lerner-william-widmer-st-john-the-baptist-pollution-EPA-02-1490214839.jpg Reserve, LA Feb 24, 2017 The Dupont/Denka plant as seen from a levee wall on the opposite side of River Road. https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/dupont-sharon-lerner-william-widmer-st-john-the-baptist-pollution-EPA-03-1490214770.jpg Reserve, LA Feb 20, 2017 A young boy walks home from school along Robinet Drive, one block from the fenceline of the Dupont/Denka plant. https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/dupont-sharon-lerner-william-widmer-st-john-the-baptist-pollution-EPA-04-1490214776.jpg Reserve, LA Feb 20, 2017 Local youth play basketball after school in the driveway of a home located one block from the fenceline of the Dupont/Denka plant. https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/dupont-sharon-lerner-william-widmer-st-john-the-baptist-pollution-EPA-05-1490214780.jpg Reserve, LA Feb 24, 2017 Cows graze on land bordering the Dupont/Denka plant. https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/dupont-sharon-lerner-william-widmer-st-john-the-baptist-pollution-EPA-06-1490214787.jpg Reserve, LA Feb 20, 2017 Elva Cook Perrilloux at home in Reserve. https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/dupont-sharon-lerner-william-widmer-st-john-the-baptist-pollution-EPA-07-1490214794.jpg Reserve, LA Feb 20, 2017 A portrait of Elva Cook Perrilloux https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/dupont-sharon-lerner-william-widmer-st-john-the-baptist-pollution-EPA-09-1490214814.jpg Reserve, LA Feb 24, 2017 Two air quality monitoring devices are mounted on public land near the Dupont/Denka plant. https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/dupont-sharon-lerner-william-widmer-st-john-the-baptist-pollution-EPA-08-1490214807.jpg Edgard, LA Feb. 20, 2017 Community members and the Concerned Citizens of St. John Parish discuss concerns during a meeting held at the St. John Parish Clerk of Court. https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/dupont-sharon-lerner-william-widmer-st-john-the-baptist-pollution-EPA-11-1490214830-1024x682.jpg Reserve, LA Feb 24, 2017 Robert "Bobby" Taylor (76) stands in the front yard of his home on E 26th Street. Taylor is the President of the Concerned Citizens of St. John Parish, a community organizing group. https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/dupont-sharon-lerner-william-widmer-st-john-the-baptist-pollution-EPA-12-1490214833.jpg Edgard, LA Feb 20, 2017 John Cummings at Whitney Plantation. https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/1440x720-top-1490372626.jpg 1440x720-top-1490372626 https://theintercept.com/2017/03/24/florida-governor-rick-scott-is-punishing-a-prosecutor-for-opposing-the-death-penalty/ en 2017-03-24T14:27:08-04:00 https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/death-penalty-loyd-1490363747-1024x768.jpg FILE In this Feb. 22, 2017 file photo, accused murderer Markeith Loyd looks toward family members during court proceedings in Orlando, Fla. State Attorney Aramis Ayala said, Thursday, March 16, 2017, that she had decided to no longer seek the death penalty in first degree murder cases after conducting a review. The most visible case immediately affected by Ayala https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/death-penalty-rick-scott-1490363886-1024x660.jpg UNITED STATES SEPTEMBER 13: Gov. Rick Scott, R Fla., holds a press conference in the Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill following his meeting with Sen. Marco Rubio, R Fla., to discuss funding for the Zika virus crisis on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016. (Photo By Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call) (CQ Roll Call via AP Images) https://theintercept.com/wp-uploads/sites/1/2017/03/death-penalty-florida-State-Attorney-Amis-Alaya-1490366206.jpg Aramis Ayala, who beat out the incumbent Democratic candidate for Florida state attorney in the primaries, at a friend's house in Windermere, Fla. Aramis Ayala, who beat out the incumbent Democratic candidate for Florida state attorney in the primaries, in Windermere, Fla., Oct. 31, 2016. Black lawyers, racial justice groups and liberal hedge fund billionaire George Soros are working to increase the number of black prosecutors elected, as a response to the killings of black people by police. (Zack Wittman/The New York Times)