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SlutWalk Brazil protests on the streets of Brazilian federal state capitals such as SA o Paulo, Belo Horizonte, Recife, FlorianA3polis, Curitiba, Porto Alegre, BelA©m, Rio de Janeiro and VitA3ria, and the Federal District, this weekend.
4 hrs ago | Asian Correspondent
Brazilian Delegation Visit London Institute Government representatives from Rio de Janeiro visited our London Centre of Excellence as preparations for the opening of our first Brazilian campus continue Le Cordon Bleu welcomed government delegates from Rio to our London Centre of Excellence on Thursday 16 May, to tour our award-winning facilities ... (more)
8 hrs ago | The Huffington Post
A young zookeeper who was mauled by a Sumatran tiger at an animal park has died, British police said Saturday.
13 hrs ago | India Talkies
1813 - The U.S. Navy gains its motto as the mortally wounded commander of the frigate Chesapeake, Capt.
BRAZIL plans to sell the right to explore and develop its largest-ever oil discovery in October, auctioning an offshore petroleum prospect that is expected to produce about 12 billion barrels of oil over 35 years.
Tuchinha was once a drug lord in Rio de Janeiro's Mangueira favela. But today he is helping youngsters in this Brazilian city turn their lives around and leave behind crime, prison and the likelihood of an early death.
When we recently received the official agenda for Pope Francis' July trip to Rio de Janeiro, we went straight out to photograph the sites he will visit.
There have been multiple explosions at a fuel depot on the northern outskirts of Rio de Janeiro, with large flames and black smoke pouring from the building.
RIO DE JANEIRO: One person was killed in a spectacular fire that broke out in a fuel depot on the northern edge of Rio de Janeiro and spread to nearby homes, officials said.
WPBT2 and the Rhythm Foundation proudly announce this special broadcast of a spectacular Brazilian star.
Drug traffickers in Rio de Janeiro ordered shops closed in one of its biggest slums early Thursday, defying efforts to restore order to the city's vast shantytowns and renewing safety concerns in Brazil as it prepares to host the World Cup and Olympics.
This picture taken on February 11, 2010 shows an employee of Australian mining giant Rio Tinto walks past a sign at the Shanghai offices of the firm.
Television images show bright orange flames leaping scores of feet into the air and thick black smoke rolling off six large fuel storage tanks.
A massive fire broke out Thursday at a fuel depot on the northern outskirts of Rio de Janeiro, sending bright orange flames leaping high into the air and thick black smoking rolling upward and enveloping the area.