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2 hrs ago | Reuters
A Brazilian appeals court ruled in favor of mining company Vale SA on Thursday in a dispute over taxation of foreign units that resulted in a 22.3 billion reais settlement with Brazil's tax authorities in November.
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6 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com
An international two-day conference on Internet governance is drawing to a close in Brazil as government officials, academics and technical experts from some 90 countries debate how the Internet should be run.
6 hrs ago | OpEdNews
"The Face of Evil," flashed the eye catching headline in Brazil's major daily on a morning late this March, and the accompanying photo of Army Lieutenant-Colonel Paulo Malhaes, retired, could not have portrayed a more convincing ogre had it been provided by central casting.
7 hrs ago | The State
The warning comes as officials in the northeastern city of Recife reiterate they still don't know whether they will stage a fanfest, which allows fans without tickets to watch matches for free on large screens in public areas.
9 hrs ago | Christian Science Monitor
A woman walks down a street in a housing complex at the Rocinha slum in Rio de Janeiro March 13, 2014.
13 hrs ago | Emirates News Agency
WAM DUBAI, 24th April, 2014 -- To create greater awareness of the business opportunities that exist in U.A.E. and the region, the Jebel Ali Free Zone is poised to conduct a road-show in Brazil from next week.
You've seen him at freeway on-ramps and off-ramps in Oregon City and at strip malls in Milwaukie and Oak Grove.
The OpenMP ARB announces the tenth International Workshop on OpenMP , which is the premier forum to present and discuss issues, trends, recent research ideas and results related to parallel programming with OpenMP.
Giant Brazilian snake invades New Orleans Jazz Fest 2014 . That's the tabloid headline for the smart cultural exchange that will bring nearly 100 Brazilian musicians, dancers, puppeteers, artists, and cooks to the New Orleans Fairgrounds, April 25 - May 4. And don't let the big snake frighten you.
Mozzies in Brazil could soon be dropping like flies. On 10 April, Brazil became the first country to approve the commercial use of genetically modified insects when it gave the green light to GM mosquitoes designed to control the spread of dengue fever.
A first-of-its-kind bill spelling out internet users' rights to access and privacy is set to become law once Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff signs off on it.
The Brazilian carrier launched by JetBlue founder Dave Neeleman is coming to the USA.
Former Brazilian president Juscelino Kubitschek was not murdered by the country's military dictatorship but died in 1976 due to a car crash, a panel said.
Violent protests have broken out in Rio de Janeiro following the death of a young person allegedly beaten by police.
Brasilia, April 23 Brazil and the United Arab Emirates signed here Tuesday an agreement on defence cooperation, Brazil's foreign ministry said in a statement.
A Rio de Janeiro slum erupted in violence late Tuesday following the killing of a popular local figure, with angry residents setting fires and showering homemade explosives and glass bottles onto a busy avenue in the city's main tourist zone.
Brazil's National Truth Commission says its probe into the 1976 death of former President Juscelino Kubitschek has shown no evidence to support claims that his fatal car crash was the work of the country's then-military dictatorship.