Brazilian presidential candidate Eduardo Campos has reportedly been killed when his private jet crashed in the city of Santos in Sao Paulo, according to local TV network GloboNews.
Campos, 49, is a former governor Pernambuco state.
He positioned himself as a business-friendly leftist and was a former ally of President Dilma Rousseff, who is seeking a second term.
More top news
Kim Jong Un became the first North Korean leader to visit the south as he arrived for talks with counterpart Moon Jae-In on Friday.
Robert Brown admitted causing the deaths of the two young brothers by dangerous driving at a hearing in March.
How do Nintendo’s new cardboard-based gaming sets work?