Brazil’s ex-President Lula convicted of corruption 0%

Brazil’s ex-President Lula convicted of corruption »

13 Jul, 2017
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Former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has been convicted of corruption charges and sentenced to nine and a half years in

Brazil meat-packing giant JBS to pay record $3.2bn corruption fine 0%

Brazil meat-packing giant JBS to pay record $3.2bn corruption fine »

1 Jun, 2017
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The controlling shareholder of the world’s largest meat-packing company, JBS, has agreed to pay a record 10.3bn real ($3.2bn; £2.4bn) fine for its

Brazil protests: Ministerial building set on fire during clashes 0%

Brazil protests: Ministerial building set on fire during clashes »

25 May, 2017
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Angry demonstrators in Brasilia have started a fire inside the ministry of agriculture and have damaged several other ministerial buildings. Brazilian authorities estimate

Brazil president retreats from attempts to suspend investigation 0%

Brazil president retreats from attempts to suspend investigation »

23 May, 2017
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Brazil’s President Michel Temer has asked the Supreme Court to proceed with an investigation against him for obstruction of justice and corruption. His

Michel Temer: Brazil president faces new corruption accusations 0%

Michel Temer: Brazil president faces new corruption accusations »

20 May, 2017
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Brazilian President Michel Temer has taken millions of dollars in bribes since 2010, according to testimony released by the Supreme Court. The plea-bargain

Michel Temer: Brazil president ‘won’t quit’ over bribe claim 0%

Michel Temer: Brazil president ‘won’t quit’ over bribe claim »

19 May, 2017
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Brazilian President Michel Temer says he will not quit, amid allegations he authorised paying bribes to silence a witness in a huge corruption

Stray bullets in Rio: The girl shot in the play area 0%

Stray bullets in Rio: The girl shot in the play area »

10 Mar, 2017
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On a summer night in January, Sofia’s family took her to a restaurant in Iraja, a suburb of Rio, where she could use

Brazil prison riot kills at least 56 in Amazonas state 0%

Brazil prison riot kills at least 56 in Amazonas state »

3 Ene, 2017
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A riot in an overcrowded prison in northern Brazil has left at least 56 inmates dead, many of them decapitated, officials say.

Body found as Brazil seeks missing Greek ambassador 0%

Body found as Brazil seeks missing Greek ambassador »

30 Dic, 2016
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Police in Rio de Janeiro have found a body inside a burnt-out car that had been rented by the Greek ambassador to

Argentina, Brazil, China and the Trump enigma — the numbers and politics behind the idea of growth 0%

Argentina, Brazil, China and the Trump enigma — the numbers and politics behind the idea of growth »

20 Dic, 2016
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Argentina, Brazil, China and the Trump enigma — the numbers and politics behind the idea of growth in 2017

The economic and political

Argentine recovery stunted by Brazil’s dragging recession 0%

Argentine recovery stunted by Brazil’s dragging recession »

20 Dic, 2016
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Public works and investment could boost local economy next year, but certain industries look set to continue suffering by Francisco Aldaya For the

Brazil: Clashes as Senate approves 20-year austerity plan 0%

Brazil: Clashes as Senate approves 20-year austerity plan »

14 Dic, 2016
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The Brazilian Senate has approved a controversial amendment to the constitution capping public spending for the next 20 years.

The approval of

Max Verstappen’s drive in Brazil puts him in the company of the legends – Allan McNish 0%

Max Verstappen’s drive in Brazil puts him in the company of the legends – Allan McNish »

18 Nov, 2016
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About every 10 years or so, there is a race in which one driver makes his mark and produces a performance that

Air travel shows signs of recovery as flights with Brazil take off 0%

Air travel shows signs of recovery as flights with Brazil take off »

22 Sep, 2016
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Flights between Argentina and Brazil set to increase this summer as more firms target local market Argentina and Brazil might both be struggling

Brazil’s Lula to stand trial over Petrobras corruption 0%

Brazil’s Lula to stand trial over Petrobras corruption »

22 Sep, 2016
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SÃO PAULO — Brazil’s former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva will stand trial on corruption charges, a crusading federal judge ruled yesterday,

Air travel shows signs of recovery as flights with Brazil take off 0%

Air travel shows signs of recovery as flights with Brazil take off »

20 Sep, 2016
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Flights between Argentina and Brazil set to increase this summer as more firms target local market Argentina and Brazil might both be struggling

‘Rousseff’s impeachment – sad day for Brazil & democracy’ 0%

‘Rousseff’s impeachment – sad day for Brazil & democracy’ »

2 Sep, 2016
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Was the impeachment process against Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff justified? Is interim President Michel Temer credible? How will the people of Brazil react and

Brazil Senate votes 61-20 to impeach President Rousseff for breaking budget laws 0%

Brazil Senate votes 61-20 to impeach President Rousseff for breaking budget laws »

1 Sep, 2016
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Nine months of political paralysis in Brazil have come to an end after the upper house of Brazil’s parliament decisively voted to strip

Pre-Olympic jitters on triple frontier border 0%

Pre-Olympic jitters on triple frontier border »

4 Ago, 2016
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On eve of Olympics, authorities tighten controls to tackle illicit trade — and maybe even terrorism FOZ DO IGUAÇU, Brazil — On a

Gov’t seeks urgent Mercosur summit 0%

Gov’t seeks urgent Mercosur summit »

3 Ago, 2016
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Pink House lines up alongside Paraguay, Brazil with trade bloc in disarray over presidency

MONTEVIDEO — The infighting and disarray inside the Mercosur

Brazil arrests group plotting ‘acts of terrorism’ before Olympics 0%

Brazil arrests group plotting ‘acts of terrorism’ before Olympics »

22 Jul, 2016
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Brazil arrested 10 people on Thursday on suspicion of belonging to a group supporting Islamic State (IS) and preparing acts of terrorism during

Argentina, Brazil agree to extend auto export deal 0%

Argentina, Brazil agree to extend auto export deal »

8 Jun, 2016
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Argentina and Brazil have agreed to extend a bilateral DEAL on automobile exports for another year, the minister of production Francisco Cabrera said.

Brazil’s GDP stats reveal depth of recession 0%

Brazil’s GDP stats reveal depth of recession »

3 Jun, 2016
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BRASILIA — Brazil’s economy declined for a fifth straight quarter in early 2016, according to official statistics yesterday which indicated that year-on-year, Latin

At least one rape every 11 minutes in Brazil 0%

At least one rape every 11 minutes in Brazil »

1 Jun, 2016
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Official data reveals, arrests made as 16-year-old gang rape survivor put in protective custody

RIO DE JANEIRO — A woman is raped in

Brazil, Argentina align on all but trade 0%

Brazil, Argentina align on all but trade »

25 May, 2016
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With Mercosur on agenda, Pink House hints that countries may still take different paths Mauricio Macri and Brazil’s interim President Michel Temer have

Motion calling to condemn ‘coup d’état in Brazil’ defeated for the second time 0%

Motion calling to condemn ‘coup d’état in Brazil’ defeated for the second time »

20 May, 2016
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A motion calling for the condemnation of the “coup d’état in Brazil” was defeated for the second time in less a month, with

Brazil confirms bid to reset Mercosur 0%

Brazil confirms bid to reset Mercosur »

20 May, 2016
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Foreign minister says relationship with Argentina is ‘fundamental,’ defines clear shift in policy Argentina will be one of the main priorities for Brazil’s

BA first stop for Brazil’s new Foreign minister 0%

BA first stop for Brazil’s new Foreign minister »

19 May, 2016
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Brazil’s new Foreign Minister José Serra aims to make Argentina his first trip abroad, planning it for next week.

This should enable

BRAZIL: Interim President Temer’s plans meet resistance from influential unions 0%

BRAZIL: Interim President Temer’s plans meet resistance from influential unions »

18 May, 2016
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Analysts say no-shows, which underscore challenges facing Temer, a prelude to strikes RIO DE JANEIRO — Two of Brazil’s biggest unions refused an

Brazil’s acting president promises to jumpstart economy 0%

Brazil’s acting president promises to jumpstart economy »

12 May, 2016
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BRASILIA, Brazil (AP) — Picking up Brazil’s reins after the Senate voted to suspend President Dilma Rousseff, acting President Michel Temer pledged Thursday

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