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The Alliance will be supported with funding from the major international tourist attractions and a natural UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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With Easter rapidly approaching, it is time for Rio residents to start planning for this special holiday.
The American University in Cairo is an institution focused on global diplomacy and policy, attracting journalists, politicians, lawyers, academics and experts from all over the world.
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday met with Brazil's President of the Chamber of Deputies Henrique Eduardo Alves, saying he was satisfied with the momentum of the China-Brazil relationship.
RICHLAND, Wash. - Think of the pressure change you feel when an elevator zips you up multiple floors in a tall building.
International visitors to mountain resorts aren't sexy just because of their accents - they're sexy to marketers and hospitality industry professionals because they spend a lot of money.
Curator Pablo Leon de la Barra Investigates Contemporary Art Practices in Latin America in Exhibition of Artists from 16 Countries.
PORTO ALEGRE, Brazil, April 12 -- Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff insists the country's airports will be ready in time for an influx of tourists during this year's World Cup, China's Xinhua news agency reported.
Written by Adina Genn Expressive Elocution Teaching Artist Elise May, a Port Washington resident who has taught in the North Shore School District, has been awarded a 2014 Long Island Creative Curriculum Grant for the Arts for her program "Multicultural Voices - Multimedia Stories of Immigration."
Expressive Elocution Teaching Artist Elise May, a Port Washington resident who has taught in the North Shore School District, has been awarded a 2014 Long Island Creative Curriculum Grant for the Arts for her program "Multicultural Voices - Multimedia Stories of Immigration."
A view of the Brazilian Army Physical Training Center, where the England soccer squad will be training during the upcoming World Cup, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Thursday, April 10, 2014.
Dhaka will soon open three new fully-fledged diplomatic missions in Copenhagen, Vienna and Warsaw to further expand its export market within European economies.
Blogger Tom Le Mesurier moved to Rio de Janeiro in 2010 to start his EatRio blog, focused on the foods and restaurants of Brazil, and has used Skype ever since to create his network of culinary contacts.