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Lula Gets Married in Brazil, Boosting His Family-Man Credentials – Bloomberg

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Lula, 76, exchanged vows with sociologist Rosangela Silva, 56, in a private ceremony in Sao Paulo on Wednesday. They started dating in 2017, but their relationship only became public two years later, while the widowed former president was behind bars to serve a corruption sentence that was later tossed out by the country’s top court. 

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