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  • Sensacionalista keeps Brazil laughing during tough times
  • Sensacionalista keeps Brazil laughing during tough times
    Emanuele Spies (2015) ©

Sensacionalista keeps Brazil laughing during tough times

With Facebook feeds full of aggressive political messages, streets filling with protests, and a troubled economy that's on the decline, it would seem Brazil has little to laugh about. But satirical news site Sensacionalista is offering people an emotional release with pieces that really 'get' Brazil.



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