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On Thursday, Temer announced a new cabinet where all 24 of his ministers are white men.
Her supporters have said the proceedings are, in effect, a "coup".
If a simple majority at the Senate vote agrees to put her on trial, Rousseff will be suspended from office on Thursday.
From the capital city of Brasilia on Tuesday, Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff initiated the Olympic torch relay which will travel across the South American country for 95 days until the
The UN Iraq Mission says at least 741 Iraqis were killed in April.
Rousseff appeared in a Sao Paolo workers' rally announcing her intention of expanding two key social welfare programs.
A final impeachment vote would require a two-third majority to oust her. Rousseff has denounced the events as a "coup".
Brazilians are increasingly disillusioned by the political culture plaguing their country.
Business lobbies have thrown their weight behind the ouster of Rousseff, as they look to Temer to restore business confidence and growth.
The first batch includes four renewable energy projects, one each in Brazil, India, China and South Africa.