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Judge orders arrest of exec linked to Brazil president

Brazil's Supreme Court ordered the re-arrest of a businessman in a corruption scandal that has implicated the country's President Michel Temer, in a ruling made public Sunday. A judge accused JBS meatpacking executive Joesley Batista of hiding evidence in a probe of allegations that Temer approved the payment of hush money to a corrupt politician. Judge Edinson Fachin said in a written ruling there was evidence that Batista and another suspect "omitted.
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