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U.S. may aid Brazil congress attack probe

The U.S. and Brazil may work together to investigate Sunday's attack on Brazil's congress and other federal buildings. Reuters reports lawmakers from both countries signed a joint statement condemning political violence. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said "if" Brazil formally requests U.S. help, Washington would respond "expeditiously." Russia is sending a new capsule to the International Space Station next month to bring home three crew members, including an American. The original capsule was damaged by a meteoroid in December. And tennis champ Naomi Osaka says she's pregnant.


Rioters storm Brazil's top government offices

Supporters of former Brazilian President Bolsonaro who refuse to accept his election defeat stormed the nation's Congress, Supreme Court and presidential palace on Sunday, a week after the inauguration of his leftist rival, President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. Thousands of demonstrators bypassed security barricades, climbed on roofs, smashed windows and invaded all three buildings, which were believed to be largely vacant on the weekend.

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