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The World Cup Games Won’t Stop the Street Protests in Brazil

Brazil went through a roller coaster in June of 2013. Thousands of people overflowed ...

Santo André Gets Crown as Brazil’s Most Flirtatious Town

Santo André, in the Greater São Paulo, was named “Brazil’s flirtiest city” by the ...

After Brazil’s Timid Social Democracy Dilma Has a Chance to Start New Cycle

Politics, like history, occurs in cycles. Brazil is passing through a cycle of democratic ...

Brazilian child gets food

Brazil and Arabs Join Same Team to Fight Hunger and Poverty

Ministries of Social Development in Arab and South American countries are going to create ...

Lula: Brazil Doesn’t Need Foreign Loans to Keep Growing

In an address, Monday, January, on a national radio and television pool, Brazilian President ...

Brazilians Want Budgets Accountable for Social Goals

Social participation in the control and supervision of government spending is the purpose of ...