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Chilean Hooligans Have 72 Hours to Leave Brazil or Be Deported

The invasion of the press center of the Maracanã stadium, in Rio, Brazil, moments ...

What Was Brazil’s Role in Operation Condor? It Created and Led the Murderous Plan

The head of Brazil’s Justice and Human Rights Movement, Jair Krischke stated before the ...

Green Protesters Might Be Right, But Brazil & Co Probably Won’t Listen to Them

Are urbanization and efforts toward environmental sustainability and land preservation compatible? Can we imagine ...

Obama’s Trip to South America Pleases Brazil and Upsets Argentina

American president Barack Obama has announced that he will pay his first visit to ...

Bank of Brazil Looking for Banks to Buy in the United States

Latin America’s biggest bank by assets, Banco do Brasil, plans the acquisition of banks ...

Brazil-Chile: TAM-LAN Merge Creates Largest Air Carrier in the Region

The merge of two major South American airlines will create the biggest carrier in ...

Lula’s Over 80% Popularity Is Giving His Pick to Succeed Him Big Boost

Michelle Bachelet and Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, two outgoing South American presidents have ...

Brazil Takes Its Best Chicken and Coffee to International Chef’s Congress

Food from Brazil such as coffee and chicken will be presented to chefs from ...

Chile’s President Elect Hints Lula Might Not Make His Successor

Chilean president elect conservative Sebastian Piñera, the man who handed the political left in ...

OECD Sees Brazil Growing 4.5% in 2010 and 2011

The Brazilian economy will experience a robust growth in 2010 and 2011, in the ...