Thursday Jul 24
The Washington Post
Brazil Central Bank Signals Rate Won't Fall as Prices Persist
Brazil 's central bank signaled it is unlikely to follow regional peers in cutting interest rates as above-target inflation persists.
Thursday Jul 24
UPDATE 2-Brazil central bank rules out interest rate cut for now
Brazil's central bank signaled on Thursday it is unlikely to cut interest rates any time soon and instead is focused on curbing naggingly high inflation even as the economy flirts with recession.
From left: Russian President Vladimir Putin, Colombia's Juan Manuel Santos, Brazil's Dilma Rousseff, Chile's Michelle Bachelet, and China's Xi Jinping prepare to pose for the family photo, during the 6th Summit of the BRICS in Brazil's capital Brasilia yesterday.
Is this the oldest person in the world? Brazilian receives birth...
Is this the oldest person in the world? Brazilian receives birth certificate showing he turned 126 last week A Brazilian man whose parents were African slaves could be the oldest living person ever documented after receiving a birth certificate showing he turned 126 last week, it was reported today.
Brazil faces issues around racism despite image
In a story about racism issues in Brazil published on June 22, The Associated Press failed to give attribution to the source for the English translation of the Portuguese terms used.
Pele son starts money laundering prison term
Brazilian police on Tuesday detained Pele's son Edinho at his home in Sao Paulo state following his money laundering conviction, authorities said.
Neymar's injury breaks Brazil president's heart
The injury that has sidelined Brazilian forward, Neymar da Silva Santos JAonior, is causing grief to President Dilma Rousseff and many Brazilians, and they are not hiding it.
Neymar hits out at ticket resale allegations
The player's father is once again in the headlines after Brazilian media linked him with an investigation into ticket touting, but the Barcelona forward has slammed the story Barcelona star Neymar has leapt to the defence of his father after a Brazilian newspaper claimed he is part of an investigation into the illegal resale of World Cup tickets.
The New Zealand Herald
'Special' life lost after car and motorcycle collision
Senior Sergeant Greg Brown said the crash that killed Ms Santos happened about 7am on Monday as she was believed to be on her way to work.