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film festival kicks off its 70th birthday edition on Wednesday with A

BRASILIA Hombre Nike Air Presto Safari Zapatillas Negras Amarillas Verde Baratas , April 5 (Xinhua) -- A Brazilian legislative committee on Tuesday decided to schedule a vote next week on whether to pursue impeachment proceedings against President Dilma Rousseff.


The vote is set for next Monday by the 65-member Special Impeachment Committee of the Chamber of Deputies (lower house of parliament). A simple majority is required for the vote to pass.


The committee is expected to first hold a hearing and debate on its findings starting on Wednesday.


If the motion to impeach Rousseff clears the committee, it will be presented to the lower house of parliament, which will decide whether to send the proceedings to the Senate or shelve the case.


At least 342 of the 513 votes in the lower house of parliament are needed for passing the motion to the senate.


On Monday, Brazil's Attorney General Jose Eduardo Cardozo, in presenting Rousseff's defense, said the call to impeach the president had no legal basis and was "tainted" by political "revenge."


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Brazilian vice president may face impeachment process


BRASILIA, April 5 (Xinhua) -- Brazilian Vice President Michel Temer may face an impeachment process similar to what was brought against his boss, President Dilma Rousseff.


Federal Supreme Court (STF) Judge Marco Aurelio Mello on Tuesday ruled that the Chamber of Deputies should follow up a legal motion to pursue judicial proceedings against Temer. Full story


Brazilian police make more arrests in anti-corruption investigations


BRASILIA, April 1 (Xinhua) -- Brazilian federal police on Friday arrested several people in a move marking the beginning of a new phase of the so-called "Operation Car Wash," which centers around a massive corruption scheme at the state oil company Petrobras.


The arrestees include Silvio Pereira, the former secretary-general of the ruling Workers' Party (PT); Delubio Soares, the PT's former treasurer; and Bruno Altman, a well-known journalist. Full story


Brazilian finance minister defends president against impeachment request


RIO DE JANEIRO, April 1 (Xinhua) -- Brazilian Finance Minister Nelson Barbosa on Thursday presented President Dilma Rousseff's defense to a commission which is considering the request to impeach her.


The government and Rousseff should not be accused of fiscal irresponsibility, which is the basis of the impeachment request, Barbosa told the Chamber of Deputies commission.


A top Chinese military officer recently inspected the Nansha Islands in the South China Sea, the defense ministry said Friday, after the top US defense official visited an aircraft carrier transiting the disputed waters.


The coincidence of the two top military leaders' presence in the South China Sea showcased continuing tensions in the water, observers said.


Fan Changlong, vice chairman of the Central Military Commission, was briefed on the construction projects on Nansha's islands and reefs.


China's Ministry of National Defense said on its official website that the construction projects are going smoothly. Those projects, including lighthouses, automatic weather stations, oceanic observation centers and oceanic research facilities, will provide public services for the international community, according to the Xinhua News Agency. But these projects have been criticized by other claimants to the waters.


Five lighthouses have been completed, and four of them are now operational, the ministry added.


Fan also met with officers and soldiers stationed on the islands as well as construction workers.


"The rare official announcement of Fan's presence in the South China Sea has sent out a strong signal to the US, which intervenes in the disputes with some of China's neighboring countries, indicating the Chinese military's increasing determination to defend its maritime rights and interests as well as its readiness for possible escalating confrontations," Liu Feng, an expert in Chinese maritime issues, told the Global Times on Friday.


In particular, China will continue constructing necessary facilities for self-defense, if the US insists on increasing its military presence in the waters, Zhu Feng, director of the Collaborative Innovation Center of South China Sea Studies at Nanjing University, told the Global Times on Friday.


On the same day, US Defense Secretary Ash Carter flew to the nuclear-powered USS John C. Stennis for a two-hour visit, Reuters reported on Friday.


"What's new is not an American carrier in this region," Carter said aboard the Stennis, where he met US troops and observed flight operations. "What's new is the context of tension, which exists, which we want to reduce."


During Friday's visit, Carter was accompanied by Philippine Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin.


"Following US-Philippines military exercises, Carter sailing in the water with an US aircraft carrier further demonstrated the US stance to step in the South China Sea disputes," Liu said.


Echoing Liu, Zhu said that the US is increasingly pressuring China with the threat of armed confrontation.


"If certain people from the US sincerely wish to peacefully resolve the issues, we hope that their actions would match their words and be genuinely conducive to resolving disputes," China's foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang told a daily briefing on Friday.


"Some US officials often replace freedom of navigation in the argument," Lu noted, saying the US side has failed to offer one single example where the safety and freedom of civil navigation in this region has been affected since the South China Sea disputes emerged over 40 years ago.


Agencies contributed to this story

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The Cannes film festival kicks off its 70th birthday edition on Wednesday with A-listers including Nicole Kidman, Clint Eastwood and Will Smith jetting in for the 12-day movie marathon.


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