"Fundamentalist Christian Americans must be stopped from this primitive urge to contact previously uncontacted tribes," Survival International Director Stephen Corry said.
"They say he's the Donald Trump of Brazil. Can you believe that? But he likes it," Trump said.
"Depending on what happens in the world, who knows if we would not need to discuss that question in the future," Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said.
Bolsonaro had previously said that Brazil's two decades of military dictatorship, which ended in 1985, was a "very good period" and that he is "in favor of torture."
The duel for economic superiority between Beijing and Washington D.C. has cost each country $2.9 billion a year.
João Teixeira de Faria, 73, has been accused by at least 258 women.
A 20-minute shootout between police officers and armed robbers caused a bloodbath in one of Brazil's most violent states.
Experts hope the procedure will give hope to women with fertility issues.
The attacker reportedly shouted: "Everyone's going to die" before launching the attack.
Three women were touched 157 times over the course of less than four hours in a São Paulo nightclub.
The 4,000-year-old mounds cover an area the size of Idaho.
A recent Twitter exchange between the National Security Council and Brazilian President-elect Jair Bolsonaro shows that love is in the air.
"These tyrants fancy themselves strongmen and revolutionaries, icon and luminaries," Bolton said in his speech.
Violent crime killed nearly 64,000 Brazilians last year.
"Had a very good conversation with the newly elected President of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, who won his race by a substantial margin," Trump wrote on Twitter.
Jair Bolsonaro, dubbed the "Donald Trump of the Tropics," clinched the presidency with 55.1 percent of the vote, despite concerns about his misogynistic and anti-gay rhetoric. What's at stake for Latin America's largest country?
Right-wing Social Liberal Party hopeful Jair Bolsonaro and former Sao Paulo Mayor Fernando Haddad of the left-leaning Workers Party offer different solutions to Brazil's economic woes. But who will prevail?
Bolsonaro's popularity has grown dramatically since the first round of voting took place on October 7. Prior to that, he was predicted to narrowly lose to his opponent in the expected event of a run-off.
Jair Bolsonaro, dubbed the "Trump of the Tropics," ran a divisive campaign that capitalized on nostalgia in Brazil for authoritarian rule.
"Both Haddad and Bolsonaro have high rejection rates, and in the runoff most Brazilians will be voting against the candidate they dislike the most."
"Bolsonaro is a Brazilian version of Trump," Allana Ferreira, a Brasilia-based journalist told Newsweek. She explained that many people think Brazil needs someone with "a strong hand" to remove the current political class.
Tens of thousands of files, chat logs and secretly recorded footage linked to the Julian Assange–led operation were leaked.
The far-right politician was shown to be leading in a recent poll, with 22 percent of the vote.