Lula undergoes new grilling
CURITIBA - Brazil's once hugely popular president Luis Inacio Lula da Silva underwent a new grilling on Wednesday by the country's Chief AntiCorruption Judge, Sergio Moro, in a case that could decide whether Lula can return to power. Lula, a frontrunner in the October 2018 presidential election despite multiple corruption charges, was greeted by several hundred leftist supporters on arrival at the courthouse in the southern city of Curitiba. Demonstrators wearing red shirts crowded around the 71-year-old, shouting encouragement. About 1 500 police officers kept a close watch.