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Agencia Publica is a  non-profit agency that distributes investigative stories for free, under a Creative Commons CC BY-ND license. Our articles are published in English by outlets in the UK and US. Read some of our stories.

Inside Paraguay’s illegal cannabis plantations

25 de novembro de 2017 | por

Close to the border with Brazil, large illegal cannabis plantations thrive on a network of corruption

Brazil: Bolsonaro – the lone wolf dreams of glory

11 de outubro de 2017 | por

Nationalist demagogue Jair Bolsonaro is bidding to run for President. His views are truly frightening

Brazil: police target MST members in land occupations

28 de setembro de 2017 | por

Police in Quedas do Iguaçu are arresting MST supporters who occupy land to protest against timber company Araupel and cattle ranchers

Brazil: the poor must serve their sentence while the rich can stay at home

30 de agosto de 2017 | por

Poor women with young children are seldom allowed to serve house arrest, while wealthy defendants can stay at home with minimum restraints

Casa Pública is now accepting applications to house international reporters

11 de agosto de 2017 | por

Residency program offers a free stay at Casa Pública to those interested in investigating human rights related issues in Rio de Janeiro

Museum of Yesterday

29 de julho de 2017 | por

This app by Agencia Publica mixes journalism with Pokemon Go to help people investigate the hidden past of Rio de Janeiro. Download and come onboard! It can be used anywhere in the world.

Life for Brazil’s Krenak after Fundao dam collapse

3 de julho de 2017 | por e

How Brazil's worst environmental disaster changed the lives of indigenous Krenak tribe on the banks of the Rio Doce

Fake News Is Threatening Democracy In Venezuela

30 de junho de 2017 | por

When you are at the climax of polarization, the truth is seen as a betrayal

Maduro Justice: Secret Evidence and Military Courts for Venezuela’s Protesters

26 de junho de 2017 | por e

Taken by police on May 15, Carlos Ramírez waits in a military jail while the government looks for evidence against him. His case is not uncommon

Brazil’s quilombos face eucalyptus giant in land war

5 de janeiro de 2017 | por e

"They stole our forests and our water. We took our medicine from the forest. Now, they put police and dogs at our door."