Brazil's ruling Workers' Party has conceded defeat in the vote over whether to impeach President Dilma Rousseff.
With 400 votes cast so far on Sunday in the lower house, 297 congressmen have voted in favour of impeaching Rousseff over claims she covered up a financial scandal.
While admitting defeat, the government has vowed to take its fight to the next stage in the Senate.
The party's leader in the chamber, Jose Guimaraes, said: "The fight continues now in the Senate".
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