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The persistent pain and swelling on the right side of his mouth led him to travel from his village to the city in search of medical help.
Reports on building issues during the World Cup and speculation of delayed preparation for the 2016 Olympics has made infrastructure a focal topic in current Brazilian news.
As the dust from the World Cup settles, Brazil and the one million tourists that visited the country finally have the time to look back on their experiences.
Supporters help ASU grad Max Mendoza's family reach goal More than 500 people have donated to bring ASU grad's body back from Brazil.
Samwu bigwigs live it up while comrades who ask questions about the missing millions collected from hard-working members are purged.
Chinese President Xi Jinping pressed a charm offensive with Latin American leaders on Thursday, highlighting Beijing's growing interest in a resource-rich region traditionally considered the backyard of the United States.
Thousands of the 100,000 Argentines who invaded Rio de Janeiro to accompony the Argentine side through the 2014 World Cup final against Germany began their long 3,000-kilometre journey home yesterday.
During the World Cup, employees of the Brazil plant of Chinese car maker Chery were given time off for every match of the Brazilian team.
Hank Johnson believes that charity begins at home - and can extend as far away as the Amazon region of Brazil.
Family and friends have remembered a University of Illinois doctoral student who died last month of an illness while studying in Brazil.
Projecting a nuanced foreign policy approach of the new government, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said India will discuss at the Brics Summit this week efforts to address regional crisis and security threats to restore a climate of peace while advancing global economic stability.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 04:52 am
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