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French President FranA ois Hollande sought to take advantage of a chill in U.S.-Brazil relations to push a French bid for a multibillion-dollar fighter-jet contract during a visit to Brasilia on Thursday.
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An 11-year-old child risked his own life to run out into a busy street in Itajai, Brazil earlier this week to save his dog.
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Members of the Youngs Together activist group with masks of Edward Snowden during a public hearing of Brazil-based Guardian reporter Glenn Greenwald, at the Brazilian Senate's foreign relations committee, in Brasilia, on August 6, 2013.
Torrential rains caused chaos and at least two deaths in Rio de Janeiro on Wednesday.
Heavy rains late have paralysed much of Rio de Janeiro, a tropical metropolis scrambling to improve infrastructure to prepare to host the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympics.
In this June 1, 2012 file photo, vehicles drive on a highway in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
The Brazilian government may delay "by one or two years" the implementation of a law requiring automakers to install frontal air bags and anti-lock braking systems in all new cars, the finance minister said Wednesday.
Ten years after Volkswagen's legendary Beetle drove off into the sunset, the German carmaker's other main icon, the camper van, takes its leave from the world's automobile stage this month.
The direct sales cosmetics player is now counting on its Latin American units to drive growth, as it experiences stagnant revenue from its core Brazilian market.
Shocking violence at a Brazilian championship match is not an indication of what can be expected when the South American country hosts next year's World Cup, FIFA and Brazilian government officials have declared.
American actor Paul Walker presents a creation by Colcci during the 2013 Summer collections of the Sao Paulo Fashion Week in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on March 21, 2013.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff was one of three heads of states who paid homage to the late South African President and Nobel Peace Prize winner, Nelson Mandela, with speeches at a memorial held at Soccer City stadium yesterday, December 10th, in Johannesburg, South Africa.
When it comes to modeling lingerie, Gisele Bndchen can clearly do no wrong, and her latest images for her new Gisele Intimates campaign further prove that point.
Let me interrupt the misplaced hysteria over President Obama shaking the hand of Cuban President Raul Castro at the funeral of Nelson Mandela to highlight something that happened immediately afterwards.
Brazilian President Dilma Rouseff said the country is becoming increasingly prosperous during a meeting at the Bill Clinton Global Initiative by citing the country's improved unemployment statistics, production capacity, availability of natural resources and ability to attract foreign investment to the economy.
A military plot has been blamed for killing Brazil's former President Juscelino Kubitschek, seen here at the White House in 1961 with President John F. Kennedy.