Brazil aims to boost aid to Lusophone Africa

The Brazilian Cooperation Agency has mostly been active in Latin America and the Caribbean. Now it's working to beef up its technical support for Portuguese-speaking African countries at a time when former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is making a promising bid to get back into office. [...] (347 words)
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