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Brazil's Supreme Court approves probe into Temer

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Brazil's Supreme Court has approved an investigation of President Michel Temer after he was purportedly taped agreeing to bribe a powerful witness in a sprawling anti-graft investigation, Globo TV reported on Thursday without citing a source.

Axar.az reports citing Reuters.

Temer has denied the allegation that he condoned paying a bribe and is expected to make a public statement about the allegations later in the day.

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2017.05.18 / 23:48
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