Jair Bolsonaro was elected president of Brazil after winning a runoff election on Sunday. Mr. Bolsonaro got 55% of the vote. Fernando Haddad got just 44% of the vote.
Published in “South America”
Brazil held an election on Sunday. No one running for president got more than 50% of the vote, so there will be a "runoff" election on October 28.
Brazil's National Museum in Rio de Janeiro went up in flames on Sunday. The country's prized museum held pieces of art, history, and information collected over 200 years.
Police in Paraguay are trying to figure out what happened to 42 rifles that disappeared from the police storage area. Whoever took the rifles left toy rifles in their place.
On July 27, most of the world will have a chance to see the longest total eclipse of the moon for the next 100 years.
Jupiter is not only the largest planet in our solar system, it also has the most moons. Now scientists have found 12 more moons that they didn’t know about before.
Today is World Day Against Child Labor. 152 million children around the world are forced to work, often in dangerous or unhealthy jobs. Here is a look at some examples.
On Sunday, a volcano in Guatemala erupted, sending burning clouds of gas and rock down below. About 100 people died and 300 were hurt. Around 200 people are still missing.
Nicolás Maduro was re-elected as president of Venezuela in an election many people say was unfair. He has kept control of the country in spite of very tough times.
Four countries have chosen presidents in the last week. Here is a look at the presidents of Egypt, Botswana, Costa Rica, and Sierra Leone.