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  1. Unpaid volunteers worth millions to Olympic GamesRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | WQXI-AM Atlanta

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  2. Nadal to defend Rio Open titleRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | Big News

    Former world No.1 Rafael Nadal has confirmed that he will defend his title at next year's Rio Open tennis. Tournament organisers made the announcement Friday, when the 28-year-old Spaniard revealed he was undergoing surgery to remove his appendix, reports Xinhua.


  3. Brazilians Set to Choose New PresidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | Voice of America

    Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff, presidential candidate for re-election, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Oct. 23, 2014. Her opponent, Aecio Neves , in Rio de Janeiro, Oct. 24, 2014.


  4. Chad Mendes on possibility of facing Conor McGregor at the Aviva or Croker: Let's go to IrelandRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    Apart from the blistering hot weather and extraordinary surrounds of the majestic Maracana, the most interesting aspect of yesterday's final work-out for Saturday nights UFC179 Aldo Mendes title fight, was that everybody here in Brazil refers to Conor McGregor simply as "Conor". From the few hundred Aldo fans present in the stadium to the translators working with the media it was first name only when talking about the Irishman.


  5. Brazila s rich musical heritage on display at film festivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Washington Post

    Brazilian Embassy cultural attache Raphael Tosti de Almeida Vieira has an ace up his sleeve. No, it's not the shorter version of his name - Raphael Tosti - that he uses in Washington business contexts because his full name is so long.


  6. Wonderful, weird but still familiarRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Northern Echo

    IT'S not often you see a 17th Century Spanish-style church designed by an Italian, built by Japanese craftsmen on a Portuguese colony which is now a Special Administrative Region of China. Welcome to Macau.


  7. The Mansion: A Private Event Venue in RioRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Rio Times

    On October 1st, Andrew Harding and Jean Christophe Marois, co-partners behind The Mansion, reopened the Portuguese colonial-style home in Santa Teresa, to clients in search of an exclusive venue to host private events in Rio de Janeiro. The Mansion is a three-story Portuguese colonial style home in Santa Teresa that serves as an exclusive venue for private events, photo courtesy of Andrew Harding.


  8. Will Brazilians say Neves again?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Mail & Guardian

    The left has run the country since 2003, but now is presented with a very real threat from the conservative elite. Right of way: Brazilian candidate AA cio Neves is a very real contender in the presidential elections this week.


  9. Shakespeare's Globe granted UNESCO patronage for its Globe to Globe Hamlet tourRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | IndieLondon

    'S Globe has announced that its Globe to Globe Hamlet , an ambitious two-year tour to every country in the world, has been granted " Globe to Globe Hamlet was created with the aim of performing Hamlet to as many people as possible, in as diverse a range of places as possible. The central principle of the tour is that Shakespeare can entertain and speak to anyone, no matter where they are on earth; and that no country or people are not better off for the lively presence of Hamlet ."


  10. Bacteria in Dairy Products in Baggage of Incoming Travelers, BrazilRead the original story

    Monday Oct 20 | Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

    To the Editor: International air travel can lead to the rapid global dissemination of infectious agents. Unlike products and byproducts of animal origin imported between countries under agreements that legally establish sanitary standards, products introduced into a country illegally or irregularly do not follow specific standards and can come from any source, thereby posing a risk to the health status of a country.


  11. Holy guacamole! Jared Leto takes a break from touring with a bike ride in RioRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | Daily Mail

    Instead of destroying a hotel room or staying up all night with groupies, the 42-year-old headed out on a solo bike ride in Rio de Janeiro on Saturday. Currently playing back to back shows in Brazil with band 30 Seconds To Mars, the star decided to kick back with a rather sedate ride and shopping trip.


  12. Great places for a Christmas vacationRead the original story

    Sunday Oct 19 |

    Those who are searching for a way to make the Christmas holidays more interesting and enjoyable should consider taking a Christmas vacation . Rather than baking, decorating and spending money on gifts, a family can opt to pool their money and spend it on a wonderful and exciting trip to another city or country.


  13. Personal Journey: Philadelphians, Brazilians truly share one worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 |

    I lifted my backpack to my knees, shuffling everything inside it until I found my headphones and sketch pad. I needed these objects to distract me from hearing the man in front of me, belting out the Portuguese song playing on his iPod.


  14. IU Bloomington Provost Robel to visit, strengthen ties in South AmericaRead the original story

    Friday Oct 17 | PressReleasePoint

    Indiana University Bloomington Provost and Executive Vice President Lauren Robel will travel to South America next week to strengthen university partnerships, discuss new collaborations with leading institutions and organizations, and foster relationships with alumni in Brazil and Chile. Robel will lead an IU delegation that visits institutions of higher education, governmental agencies, cultural institutions and nongovernmental organizations.


  15. Interview: Hotel Urbano CEO on Using Big Data to Battle Booking RivalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Skift

    Hotel Urbano is focused on being a Big Data-infused travel company with an online travel agency platform in Brazil, one of the largest emerging markets in the world. Hotel Urbano claims it is not only riding that demand, but is also creating it.


  16. Gear up for the Holidays with Great Rates on Suites at Leading HotelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | PRWeb

    For some travelers, thoughts of a white Christmas send shivers down their spines. Better to head to South America, where summer is in full swing, and Leading Hotels are making the end-of-the-year holidays bright with attractive rates and value adds.


  17. Lencois Maranhenses Is A Magical Desert-Like WonderlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | Switched

    This is Brazil's LenA A3is Maranhenses National Park , on the country's northeast coast -- and to us, it just looks like one big, natural water park. The park's white-sand dunes are speckled with crystal-blue lagoons, which form tropical playgrounds in what otherwise looks like total desert.


  18. Cavs' Irving suffers ankle injuryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 8 | The Baltimore Sun

    Point guard Kyrie Irving suffered a right ankle injury during practice before the Cleveland Cavaliers traveled to Brazil for their preseason game with the Miami Heat, reported Wednesday. Irving was wearing a walking boot on his right foot while sightseeing with teammates in Rio de Janeiro on Wednesday.


  19. Thousands of celebrants parade through colorful capital in annual Jerusalem MarchRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 14 | Jerusalem Post

    VISITING DELEGATIONS join in the Jerusalem March yesterday as part of the capital's Succot festivities. Tens of thousands of people thronged the streets of Jerusalem Tuesday afternoon in the annual Jerusalem March, which takes place every year during the festival of Succot.


  20. Ghana Missions Broke - Brazil, South Korea Shut DownRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 14 |

    Hannah Tetteh It has emerged that the majority of Ghana's Missions abroad are totally broke, bringing activities at the outfits to a standstill. Consequently, the National Democratic Congress government, as part of cost-cutting measures, is taking steps to close down some embassies.