Brazil’s Rousseff surveys flood damage in home state

Herald Tribune: Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff flew over flood-ravaged areas in her native state of Minas Gerais on Friday and announced more humanitarian aid for the victims of the torrential rains that up to now have left 41 people dead in the southeastern part of the country. “It’s terrible,” the head of state told reporters, along with Minas Gerais Gov. Antonio Anastasia and other state and local officials. Minas Gerais has been, together with neighboring Espiritu Santo, the state hit hardest by the......

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