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Zika Virus Reignites Abortion Debate In Brazil

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Doctors In Brazil Admit Doubt In Number Of Zika-Linked Microcephaly Cases

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Gleyse Kelly da Silva holds her daughter, Maria Giovanna, who was born with microcephaly. Felipe Dana/AP hide caption

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Zika-Linked Brain Damage In Infants May Be 'Tip Of The Iceberg'

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Marilla Lima had Zika virus while pregnant. Her 2 1/2-month-old son, Arthur, has microcephaly — a birth defect characterized by a small head and severe brain damage. Lourdes Garcia-Navarro/NPR hide caption

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Zika Virus Likely Affected Her Baby, And She Feels Brazil Doesn't Care

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A boy fishes in polluted Guanabara Bay in Rio de Janeiro in August 2015. The bay will be the sailing venue for the Olympic Games this summer. Brazil is facing concerns over polluted water, mass transportation and budget issues as it prepares for the games. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Amid Recession, Brazil Struggles With The Huge Costs Of The Olympics

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Brazilians Welcome The New Year At Big Beach Party

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A couple watches fireworks exploding over Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro on Jan. 1. Some 2 million people visit the beach on New Year's Eve. Lifeguards say they usually perform more rescues than any other time of the year. Felipe Dana/AP hide caption

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Brazil Rejects Israel's Ambassador; Israel Threatens Relations Downgrade

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Impeachment Bid Against President Drives Political Turmoil In Brazil

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Rio's Museum Of Tomorrow Is Not Without Controversy

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