2 hrs ago
Why Lula Was Better For Brazil Than Dilma
Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva gives the presidential ribbon to his successor Dilma Rousseff in 2010.
12 hrs ago
Clinton says spying shouldn't gather economic information on allies
Allied countries should not gather economic intelligence about each other in the guise of security, former U.S. president Bill Clinton says.
16 hrs ago
Protests a memory, Brazil opposition struggles to catch Rousseff
This year has been difficult for Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, but it hasn't been much easier for her opposition.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
International Business Times
60 World Leaders to Unite to Honour Nelson Mandela at State Funeral
With some 60 heads of state or government taking part in the memorial service and state funeral, it is predicted to one of the biggest gatherings of international dignitaries in recent years.
South Africa Prepares for a Week of Mandela Memorials
As the world pays tribute to Nelson Mandela, South Africa is furiously preparing for a celebration of a life like no other.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Brazil Puts Future Airport Privatizations On Hold
Brazil's government, which has privatized five major airports in the past two years, has ruled out granting any more new concessions of this type for the time being, the civil aviation chief said Friday.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Dilma Rousseff: Is Brazil's president ready for the 2014 World Cup?
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People's Daily Online
Ceremony of final draw for 2014 World Cup held in Brazil
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, FIFA's President Joseph Blatter, and ceremony host Rodrigo Hilbert and Fernanda Lima shake hands during the ceremony of the final draw for the groups and matchups of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, in Costa do Sauipe, Brazil, on Dec. 6, 2013.
Exclusive: Brazil report on World Cup air traffic jams at odds with government view
Brazil insists its airports will be ready for up to 600,000 foreign visitors during next year's World Cup, but an internal report said severe overcrowding and long flight delays are likely, with passenger traffic exceeding capacity by as much as 50 percent even if extensive renovations are finished on time.
Pope to attack sex abuse in clergy
In this photo provided by the Vatican newspaper 'L'Osservatore Romano' on Tuesday, July 23, 2013, Pope Francis speaks with Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff during a welcome ceremony at Guanabara Palace in Rio de Janeiro, Monday, July 22, 2013.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
UPDATE 1-Brazil auto sales and output retreat in November
Production and sales of motor vehicles in Brazil fell in November as weaker demand and high inventories kept pressure on the local auto industry.
Brazilian Port Chaos In 2014
With an expected eight million metric ton increase in production from last year's record crop and no appreciable expansion in port capacity, the system may enter into partial collapse, warned Luiz Fayet, an infrastructure specialist linked to the Brazilian Agricultural Confederation .
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Brazil delays vote on anti-spying Internet bill -lawmaker
A vote on a bill that would force Internet giants like Google and Facebook to keep Brazilians' information inside the country will be delayed until next year over disagreements about its content, a senior lawmaker told Reuters on Wednesday.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
The Northwestern in Oshkosh
B. Clinton questions spying on world leaders
Former President Bill Clinton says he has "serious reservations" about spying on other world leaders, an issue that has triggered some global criticism of President Obama.
Emerging Markets-Brazil rate futures fall on GDP, Latam currencies dip
Brazil's interest rate futures dropped on Tuesday following weaker-than-expected economic growth data for the third quarter, while concern about the withdrawal of U.S. monetary stimulus weighed on the performance of Latin American currencies.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Brazil risks own goal with high World...
Eyeing a massive boost to tourism and prestige, Brazil hoped it had won the jackpot in earning the right to host the next World Cup and summer Olympics.
Brazil signs agreement with oil...
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff, listens to Petrobras' President Gracias Fortes during the signing ceremony for the first contract of Brazilian Pre-Salt oil field, at the Planalto presidential palace, in Brasilia, Brazil, Copyright 2013 The Associated Press.
Brazil Defence & Security Report Q1 2014 - New Report Available
The revelations prompted an angry response from Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff who threatened to boycott a meeting with US President Barak Obama unless she was given explicit assurances that such eavesdropping would cease.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Petrobras Fuel Price Increase Puts Limit on Subsidy
Brazil is allowing Petroleo Brasileiro SA to raise fuel prices for the first time since March after the state-run oil company's profit slumped the most among major producers from selling imported gasoline below cost.
Cuban doctors tend to Brazil's poor, giving Rousseff a boost
They were heckled and called slaves of a communist state when they first landed, but in the poorest corners of Brazil the arrival of 5,400 Cuban doctors is being welcomed as a godsend.