An impeachment process against Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff appears to be back on track after the acting speaker of the lower house revoked his surprise decision to suspend a crucial vote.
Claro, Net and Embratel join forces to ensure Rio is ready for internet demands expected to be four times greater than London Olympics.
After Trump's victory, Latinos have turned to look at Brazil as a place to chase their dreams
Esta ciudad está llena de historia y aventura, para todas las edades y gustos
The Brazilian city offers plenty activities to pump your adrenaline
The Olympic refugee team includes Syrian, Ethiopian, South Sudanese and Congolese.
The most violent protests have been seen in São Paulo, where police officers have resorted to tear gas to disperse violent groups at the end of the rallies.
More than 2 million Brazilians are set to lose unemployment benefits by June, data obtained by Reuters show, threatening to erode support for embattled President Dilma Rousseff among her core working class supporters when she needs them most.
A year has passed since Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff was impeached.
Using already existing technology Brazilian forest scientists develop scanners to help forest law enforcement.
“There are foreign investors who have sought out me or my (Cabinet) ministers and the question always comes up: what will happen in August?” Temer said, referring to the expected conclusion of Rousseff’s trial in the Senate.
El fichaje del brasilero Philippe Coutinho, por 160 millones de euros, sin duda alguna fortalece a uno de los equipos más dominantes
We Ignore Cronyism at Our Peril. In the wake of the scandal surrounding Brazil’s state-run oil company Petrobras, we would do well to analyze the role of state enterprises in the Americas.
As the Petrobras investigation has expanded, so too has the fear factor in Brasília. Certain members of Brazil's congress are accused of collaborating with company officials and contractors to extract bribes.
Even though some businesses will benefit greatly from the event, Moody’s assures that the positive impacts on the nation’s economy will be limited.
The recent approval to end Petrobras participation requirements is seen as opening opportunities for new players to enter the Brazilian petroleum market.
It's always the problems that get the headlines. But if you look under the surface, you'll see that the rule of law is taking shape.
Full-time professors at public universities in Brazil will now be allowed to carry out research in the private sector—and get paid for it, without having to drop their academic jobs. The change is the result of a new law, signed by President Dilma Rousseff, designed to bring science and industry closer together.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff would appear to be, as she herself recently said, “a card out of the deck” of those in power, after the crushing defeat she suffered Sunday Apr. 17 in the lower house of Congress, which voted to impeach her.
A Brazilian Supreme Court magistrate rejected including accusations linking President Dilma Rousseff to the Petrobras corruption case in her own political trial, court sources reported.
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