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Report shows sunny future for Brazil business tourism

September 12, 2013

International business is a major component of Brazil's economy. Read Article »


Amazing wildlife battle caught on camera in Brazil

September 11, 2013

Some people visit Brazil for the wild nightlife of Rio, but others go there because of the diverse wildlife found in the nation's vast expanses of jungle. Read Article »


Brazil working hard to protect its rainforest

September 10, 2013

Deforestation is one of the biggest problems facing Brazil.  Read Article »


Brazil-Bolivia dispute prompts foreign minister's resignation

August 27, 2013

Recently, a diplomatic dispute between Brazil and the neighboring nation of Bolivia engendered some significant fallout. Read Article »


Brazil hits Samsung with lawsuit regarding factory conditions

August 14, 2013

Recently, one of Samsung's major factories, located in Manaus, Brazil, fell under the scrutiny and criticism of the nation's government. Read Article »


Pope Francis' arrival in Brazil enthralls locals, causes security concerns in Rio

July 24, 2013

Pope Francis, who succeeded the recently resigned Benedict XVI as leader of the Roman Catholic Church, arrived in the small town of Aparecida, Brazil on July 24 to deliver a public mass. Read Article »


Brazil displeased over being monitored in uncovered NSA operations

July 10, 2013

The June revelation of the United States National Security Agency (NSA)'s domestic and international surveillance operations, facilitated by former intelligence officer Edward Snowden, provoked a massive international response - some of it shocked and outraged. Read Article »


Brazil claims Confederations Cup over Spain

July 1, 2013

In the world of international soccer, Spain has been regarded as a reigning nation for the past several years, and still tops the FIFA rankings, which will not be updated until July 4. Read Article »


Brazilian president proposes reforms in wake of protests

June 24, 2013

The streets of dozens of Brazilian cities have been amassed with protesters over the past week. Read Article »


Brazil sees unexpected drop in FIFA rankings

June 6, 2013

Brazil has historically been known as a soccer powerhouse, being a five-time winner of the World Cup and birthing some of the most popular players in the game. Read Article »


Brazil looking to combat faltering currency values

June 5, 2013

Despite its status as the world's sixth-largest economy, Brazil's market has experienced certain difficulties of late. Read Article »


Sao Paolo pride parade brings millions to city

June 4, 2013

Brazil is known the world over as a country with a diverse and fascinating culture. Read Article »


An open position as the head of the WTO pits Brazil against Mexico

May 7, 2013

Both Brazil and Mexico are competing to have their candidate named the head of the World Trade Organization. Read Article »


Brazil hoping to welcome scores of new immigrants

March 28, 2013

Thanks to prudent partnerships with countries like China and Russia, and a number of major events placing the country in the global spotlight, Brazil is emerging as a wealthy and powerful country - something they hope will inspire more people to move there. Read Article »


China and Brazil reach deal on currency exchange

March 26, 2013

Multiple news sources are reporting that China and Brazil have agreed to trade in their own currencies up to $30 billion per year. Read Article »


2013 Lollapalooza Brazil to rock São Paulo

March 13, 2013

For the 2013 Lollapalooza Brazil festival, sixty Brazilian and international acts will come together to perform at the São Paulo Jockey Club of São Paulo, Brazil. Read Article »


Brazil founds shelter network for abuse victims

March 14, 2013

Brazil's "Women: Living without Violence" program aims to reduce violence against women while caring for female victims of domestic abuse.  Read Article »


Princeton's community service programs extend to Brazil

March 11, 2013

Designed to let incoming freshmen engage in a year of community service, Princeton University's Bridge Year Program now expands to Salvador, Brazil. Read Article »


Brazil prepares for 2014 FIFA World Cup

March 7, 2013

Brazil prepares for the 2014 FIFA World Cup with cautious confidence. With host cities, stadiums and airports to prepare, there's a great deal more left to do.  Read Article »


Students of the Americas ready to compete in super-mileage engineering competition

March 7, 2013

On April 4-7, competing teams from Brazil, Canada, Mexico and the U.S. will come together to put their super-mileage vehicles to the test in the seventh annual Shell Eco-marathon Americas. Read Article »


Brazil's leading airlines announce cuts

March 4, 2013

Brazil's leading airlines announced cuts to jobs in airports across Brazil. Read Article »


Everyone wants Brazilian soccer star Neymar

February 25, 2013

Neymar has become one of the biggest sensations in soccer, and everyone wants the star to leave Brazil and join their team, and this includes Sao Paulo's Luis Fabiano, who recently told reporters he thinks the Neymar would fit well in Spain and should consider the switch, according to Sambafoot. Read Article »


Hydroelectric dams bringing conflict to Brazil

February 19, 2013

Though the global economy has been on a slow recovery since the economic collapse that began in 2007, Brazil is among a handful of nations that has thrived in recent years. Read Article »


Three arrested in connection to deadly nightclub fire in Brazil 

January 28, 2013

Recent reports on the tragic nightclub fire in Brazil show that three people have been arrested in relation to what occurred on Saturday night, according to NBC News. Read Article »


Brazilian judge asking for mayor to be fined for riding a donkey

January 3, 2013

In some cases, news stories simply do not feel as though they can be true. Read Article »


Brazil soccer team slumps to all-time low ranking

December 19, 2012

When it comes to soccer, Brazil is known for excelling, and the country is even hosting the 2014 World Cup. Read Article »


Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood travels to Brazil for "end of the world"

December 13, 2012

Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood reportedly traveled to Brazil to wait out the end of the Mayan calendar, according to the Telegraph. Read Article »


Luiz Felipe Scolari back with Brazil, gearing up for World Cup

November 29, 2012

Luiz Felipe Scolari led the Brazil soccer team to a victory during the 2002 World Cup, and now he is back and ready to do it all again for the World Cup in 2014, according to The Associated Press. Read Article »


Efforts to save endangered monkey in Brazil now focuses on forest

October 22, 2012

Nearly half a century ago, the endangered golden lion tamarins were on their way to extinction, and now the campaign to bring these monkeys back to life is also focusing on preserving the forest in which they live, according to The Associated Press. Read Article »


FIFA has doubts Brazil will be ready for World Cup

October 18, 2012

Brazil has been gearing up for the 2014 World Cup since it was announced the nation would be hosting the major event. Read Article »


Brazilian comedy group gears up for World Cup with funny take on the event

October 1, 2012

Brazil has been put under a little fire when it comes to the 2014 World Cup, as many are uncertain if the country will have all of the stadiums completed and if the transportation structure will be effective, according to Reuters. Read Article »


Brazil releases the 2014 World Cup mascot, possible names

September 26, 2012

Brazil and FIFA have released the mascot for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, and they have chosen an endangered armadillo, according to BBC News. Read Article »


IndyCar racer Rubens Barrichello to participate in stock car race in Brazil

September 25, 2012

IndyCar racer Rubens Barrichello of Brazil will make an appearance at the Stock Car Championship at Interlagos in his home country December 9, according to AutoSport. Read Article »


Brazil to auction off oil blocks

September 20, 2012

Mines and Energy Minister Edison Lobao announced that Brazil is planning to auction off new oil and gas blocks for exploration and production May 2013, this will be the first oil exploration rights action in more than five years, according to Fox News. Read Article »


Brazil to rebuild Antarctica base after fire

September 18, 2012

A Brazilian naval base in Antarctica that was severely damaged after a fire in February, will soon be rebuilt, according to AFB. Read Article »


Brazilian boy with no feet invited to play soccer in Spain

September 13, 2012

Gabriel Muniz of Brazil will most likely not make it to a professional soccer team, but this has little to do with his determination or skill rather, it's because he was born with no feet. Read Article »


Population of humpback whales in Brazil tripled in a decade

September 11, 2012

The Humpback Whale Institute, located near Salvador, Brazil, has recently reported the population of the once-threatened humpbacks has tripled in the past decade, according to Fox News. Read Article »


Mexico and Brazil move ahead in Global Leadership Study

September 6, 2012

Talent measurement solutions company, SHL, recently released the findings for its Global Leadership Study that examined which countries had potential in the future. Read Article »


Google offers Street View shots of Brazil and Mexico

September 5, 2012

Google has been offering its Street View shots for some time, and now, people can take advantage of this technology when searching Brazil and Mexico, according to PC Magazine. Read Article »


Brazil gears up for 2012 ArtRio

September 4, 2012

The art industry is legitimate in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, due to the recent boom in its economy over the past decade. Read Article »


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