Taroudant – The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) mistakenly published a photo of Salaheddine Mezouar, the Moroccan minister of foreign affairs, in a story covering Michel Temer, the man next in line to take over the highest office in Brazil if President Dilma Rousseff loses her position.At the top of the article, titled “Who will lead Brazil if Dilma Rousseff is impeached?,” a BBC correspondent wrote that “most Brazilians would be forgiven if they saw a picture of Michel Temer and did not recognize him.”Apparently it’s the BBC who could not recognize Michel Temer, leading the renowned news source to inadvertently use a picture of the Moroccan diplomat smiling and giving a “thumbs-up” to the camera, instead of an image of Temer. Admittedly, there is a slight resemblance between the facial features of Mezouar and Temer. The news service corrected the mistake within two hours of the article’s publication.Michel Temer is a Brazilian lawyer and politician who has been the vice president of Brazil since January 2011. The BBC said, in an otherwise well-reported article, that Temer “may soon become Brazil’s next president – and lead the country amid its most serious political and economic crisis in decades – if President Dilma Rousseff loses the battle against impeachment.”Salaheddine Mezouar has been the foreign minister since 10 October 2013, when the Moroccan government shuffled the positions assigned to its top officials. He is also the head of National Rally of Independents (RNI), which is part of the ruling coalition.