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  1. Petrobras CEO to Stay as Long as Has Rousseff's TrustRead the original story

    15 min ago | Bloomberg

    The decision seems simple. Replace the head of scandal-ridden Petroleo Brasileiro SA to restore confidence in the world's worst-performing major oil stock.


  2. Rain postpones women's soccer tournament in BrazilRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | USA Today

    Both women's games scheduled for Wednesday in the International Tournament of Brasilia have been postponed because of heavy rain in the Brazilian capital. The U.S. was due to play Argentina and Brazil was scheduled to face China at the Mane Garrincha Stadium.


  3. Psychic's Warning Alarms Brazil's TAM Airlines to Change Flight NumberRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | NewsBlaze

    TAM airlines, of Brazil, recently found itself on the wrong side of a psychic prediction. To make sure it didn't come to pass, the airline changed the flight number.


  4. Wouldn't Marta back with the Flash be amazing? Dream onRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

    Wouldn't Marta back with the Flash be amazing? Dream on Brazilian midfielder is still great, just ask the U.S. squad Check out this story on DemocratandChronicle.com: http://on.rocne.ws/1AIukjd Marta, shown here playing for the WNY Flash in 2011 against magicJack in a Women's Professional Soccer match, scored three goals against the Americans on Sunday.


  5. Road to Vancouver: More to Brazil than MartaRead the original story

    Tuesday | Soccer America

    Marta, whose hat trick gave Brazil a 3-2 comeback win, is just one of four starters still around from the team that lost to the USA on penalty kicks in their memorable quarterfinal at the 2011 Women's World Cup in Germany. Longtime teammates are all 23 or younger -- into Brazil's starting lineup.


  6. Brazil leader Rousseff's popularity undented by Petrobras scandalRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Vallejo News

    Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff's approval rating has not suffered from a widening corruption scandal involving state-run oil company Petroleo Brasileiro SA and many Brazilians continue to trust her, a poll showed on Wednesday. The number of Brazilians that approve of her government has increased to 40 percent from 38 percent in September, according to polling firm Ibope in its first survey since Rousseff was narrowly reelected in October.


  7. Red Roof Inn Expands Internationally with First Hotel Scheduled to Open in Brazil in 2015Read the original story

    8 hrs ago | Business Wire

    The economy lodging giant signs deal with Brazil's Nobile Hoteis with a robust development schedule of properties in the next decade )--U.S. economy lodging leader, Red Roof Inn A , meeting high demand for its brand, is expanding, expected to open its first international destination in Brazil. Partnering with respected Brazil-based Nobile Hoteis, Red Roof Franchising, LLC will be working with Nobile to develop 35-40 properties - new builds and conversions - across the country over the next twenty five years.


  8. Indigenous protesters clash with Brazil police inside National CongressRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | UPI

    Brazilian indigenous demonstrators clashed with police inside the National Congress building in Brasilia on Tuesday to protest a proposal concerning indigenous lands. "The indigenous people were not consulted on the bills," said Sonia Guajajara , the national coordinator of Brazil's Association of Indigenous Peoples.


  9. Sao Paulo's water crisis: Reservoir hogsRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | The Economist

    COULD Sao Paulo run out of water? The idea of South America's biggest metropolis, home to 20m people, lacking something so basic seems fanciful. Yet shortages this year have forced schools to suspend classes and restaurants to shut in smaller towns across Sao Paulo state, where a fifth of Brazilians live and a third of GDP is produced.


  10. Indigenous Brazilians attack police with ARROWS as they storm...Read the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    First pictures inside the Pakistan massacre school: Shocking images reveal bombed-out offices of principal who was burnt alive in front of her pupils - just because she was married to a soldier Premiere of Kim assassination film CANCELED after hacker terror threat: Thousands of movie theaters refuse to show Seth Rogen's The Interview - and crisis-hit Sony says it 'won't object' 'Hollywood is like the Rocky Mountains.


  11. Harvey Wainapel: Amigos Brasileiros Vol 2Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | All About Jazz

    2 . Harvey Wainapel boasts serious jazz chops, on clarinet and saxophone; and serious jazz credentials, including work with saxophonists . But a different musical flame sparked inside Wainapel the first time he played in a Brazilian ensemble, which was led by de Mello; the reed player subsequently toured internationally with , and in 2007 released Amigos Brasileiros , a travelogue of far-ranging work with Brazilian composers and musicians recorded in their homeland.


  12. Lynn's extradition on a 80m fraud charges gets go-aheadRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Independent.ie

    Judge Marco Aurelio granted an Irish request that he should be returned to Dublin to face 33 separate charges relating to an alleged a 80m mortgage fraud. The decision comes seven years after Lynn left Ireland and more than 16 months after he was arrested near his beach villa in the Brazilian city of Recife.


  13. Brazil indigenous clash in CongressRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BBC News

    Brazilian indigenous protesters armed with bows and arrows have clashed with police inside the National Congress building in the capital, Brasilia. The group, with some 30 men, tried to break into the building to protest against a bill on indigenous lands.


  14. Some of top Brazilian clubs changing coachesRead the original story

    Tuesday | USA Today

    Corinthians and Palmeiras signed new managers on Tuesday, a day after Vasco da Gama announced its new coach. Internacional, which finished third in this year's Brazilian league, is one of the clubs without a coach for next year, along with recently relegated Botafogo.


  15. Brazil Indians clash with police outside CongressRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Beaumont Enterprise

    Indians from various tribes run from tear gas fired by police after they tried to enter the Chamber of Deputies where lawmakers are debating the authority to demarcate indigenous lands at Congress in Brasilia, Brazil, Tuesday, Dec. 16, 2014.


  16. Kim Jong Il Remembered in Different CountriesRead the original story

    Monday | Korean News

    A remembrance meeting, photo and book exhibition and film shows were held in Brazil, Denmark and Switzerland on Dec. 6 and 8 on the occasion of the 3rd anniversary of demise of leader Kim Jong Il. Displayed at the venues of the events were photos documenting the exploits of President Kim Il Sung, Kim Jong Il and Marshal Kim Jong Un.


  17. Considering Brazil's Racial HeritageRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Hyperallergic

    An installation view of Adriana VarejA o's solo show at ICA Boston. The artist's work often features azulejo - blue painted Portuguese tiles.


  18. Brazilian court to rule on extradition of fugitive Michael LynnRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Independent.ie

    HE was the small-time solicitor who became a property tycoon with a worldwide network, making millions out of the amateur Irish investors he called 'buckalerios'. After a seven year hiatus in Brazil, Michael Lynn pictured, will today find out if he is to finally come face to face with the Irish judicial system to face allegations of mortgage fraud to the tune of 80m on 180 properties.


  19. Decisive Week in Brazil for Top Petrobras ExecutivesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | The Rio Times

    This will be a decisive week for top executives at Brazil's oil giant Petrobras, say analysts, as additional reports reveal that directors and even the company's president, Maria das GraA as Foster, have known for years that some of the company's key directors were receiving bribes. A former manager at Petrobras has accused the company's CEO, Maria das GraA as Foster, of knowing about the on-going corruption scandal as early as 2011, photo by Antonio Cruz, Agencia Brasil.


  20. Brazil's Marta weaves through U.S.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | The Honolulu Advertiser

    BRASILIA, Brazil >> Five-time world player of the year Marta scored three goals to lead Brazil to a 3-2 come-from-behind win over the U.S. women's soccer team in the International Tournament of Brasilia on Sunday. Carli Lloyd and Megan Rapinoe scored a goal each in the first 10 minutes to give the U.S. an early lead, but Marta netted in the 19th, 55th and 66th minutes to guarantee the hosts a spot in the final of the four-team competition.