Philip Reeves

Philip Reeves appears in the following:

Chile's president faces impeachment for what his critics call a conflict of interest

Monday, November 15, 2021

Chile's president Sebastian Pinera faces an impeachment vote in the Senate Tuesday, days ahead of the first round of voting in presidential elections.


Where do China, India and Brazil stand on climate pledges?

Friday, October 29, 2021

20 nations are responsible for 80% of the world's carbon emissions. Ahead of the COP26 climate summit, we look at what China, India and Brazil — three of the world's biggest emitters — are doing.


Brazil Senate recommends Bolsonaro be charged with crimes against humanity

Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Brazil's Senate accused President Jair Bolsonaro of crimes against humanity for his handling of the pandemic. It has asked state prosecutors to indict him, though that is unlikely to happen.


Brazil's parliament has released a report on President Bolsonaro's handling of COVID

Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Brazil's parliament has been investigating President Jair Bolsonaro's handling of the pandemic and is issuing a report that's harshly critical of his performance.


Some Haitians who fled to Brazil years ago, want to make the journey to the U.S.

Friday, October 08, 2021

Thousands of Haitian migrants have taken up residence in Brazil hoping to move on to the U.S. The communities have become semi-permanent.


For many Haitian migrants, reaching the U.S. border took of years of travel

Friday, October 01, 2021

For many Haitian migrants, the dangerous journey from their troubled home country to the United States spans a decade and thousands of dangerous miles through Latin America.


How Brazil's Severe Drought Affects The Entire World's Coffee Supply Chain

Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Attributed to climate change, Brazil's historic drought is devastating its coffee farmers, who's crops supply much of the world.


Facing Growing Opposition, Brazil's Bolsonaro Has Mobilized His Supporters To Protest

Tuesday, September 07, 2021

In cities around Brazil, Bolsonaro supporters demonstrated against those who oppose the far-right president. The intensity of the protests have some Brazilians worried about their country's future.


Brazil's President Mobilizes His Base. And Like Him, They're Bikers

Thursday, September 02, 2021

Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro is a biker, as are many of his supporters and it is a theme at his rallies. But in Brazil, biker culture is not just for the far-right.


A Televised Inquiry Examines Brazil's Handling Of The Pandemic

Monday, August 09, 2021

An investigation is underway into the government's disastrous response to the pandemic. In particular, lawmakers are examining the president's denialism, failure to buy vaccines and corruption.


Gymnast Rebeca Andrade Won Gold For Brazil, And Became A National Hero

Sunday, August 01, 2021

Brazilians are desperate for heroes right now, and it looks like they have found one: Rebeca Andrade is the first Brazilian woman to win an Olympic medal for gymnastics.


What The Delta Variant And Vaccinations Look Like In Brazil, South Africa And Israel

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

A look at how the delta variant and vaccine efforts are shaping the course of the coronavirus through three places - Brazil, South Africa and Israel and the Palestinian territories.


Peru's New President Will Be Sworn Into Office On Wednesday

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Pedro Castillo is a former teacher and son of farmers, who narrowly beat his right-wing rival. His election, some say, may herald change across the region.


Voters In Peru Wait For Results Of The Country's Presidential Election

Tuesday, June 08, 2021

Peru's presidential election was between the right-wing daughter of disgraced former President Alberto Fujimori and a leftist teacher who is new to politics. It's still not clear who won.


Peru Heads To A Presidential Election With Two Controversial Candidates

Sunday, June 06, 2021

Peru is holding its presidential elections, with a leftist school teacher, Pedro Castillo, facing off against the right-wing daughter of the country's ex-president, the authoritarian Alberto Fujimori.


Copa America Tournament Moved To Brazil From Argentina, 2 Weeks Before Kickoff

Monday, May 31, 2021

Brazil will host Copa America, one of the world's top soccer tournaments, after original host Argentina was dropped due to a surge in COVID cases. But Brazil also has been hit hard by the pandemic.


Heartbreaking Photo Shows Depth Of COVID-19 Tragedy In Argentina

Saturday, May 29, 2021

The pandemic's toll on Argentina was symbolized in a viral photo of a young COIVD-19 patient, unconscious on a hospital floor. We look at the latest measures and government response in the country.


What A New Constitution Could Mean For Chile

Thursday, May 27, 2021

Chile is working to create an entirely new constitution, entrusting the mission to an assembly of 155 newly-elected people. They will rewrite a document from the Pinochet dictatorship 40 years ago.


Brazil Senate Examines Government's Handling Of Pandemic

Thursday, May 20, 2021

As the COVID-19 pandemic rages in Brazil, an inquiry is underway. An army general, who served as health minister, testified to senators determined to hold the government accountable.


Low Global Vaccination Rate Sparks Fears Of COVID-19 Surges

Tuesday, May 04, 2021

As the world watches India battle a crushing COVID-19 surge, many countries fear they could be next. Most of the world is struggling to get even a small percentage of their population vaccinated.