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February 17, 2017
Despite charges, Brazil's Lula eyes another run
He is facing several corruption charges, Brazil's largest-ever graft probe has decimated the political party he founded and ...
January 02, 2017
Fed up with politics, Brazil cities swear in outsider mayors
Brazil's two biggest cities on Sunday inaugurated mayors who are political outsiders and whose victories underscored deep ...
December 22, 2016
Brazilian companies to pay combined $3.5B in bribery case
Brazilian construction conglomerate Odebrecht and major petrochemical company Braskem have agreed to pay a combined penalty ...
December 10, 2016
Brazil's Temer cited 44 times in corruption testimony
A former executive at a mega-construction company cited Brazilian President Michel Temer 44 times during testimony to federal ...
December 05, 2016
Thousands protest corruption, support judiciary in Brazil
Tens of thousands of protesters took to the streets in cities across Brazil on Sunday to express disgust with public ...
December 04, 2016
Raul Castro: Cuba will ban naming of monuments after Fidel
After a week of national mourning that reached near-religious peaks of adulation, Cuban President Raul Castro announced ...
December 01, 2016
Victims' relatives in Brazil say soccer-team crash avoidable
Relatives of victims who died in an air crash that killed most members of the Brazilian soccer club Chapecoense spoke out in ...
November 28, 2016
Brazilian protesters call for embattled president's ouster
Protesters massed in Brazil's largest city Sunday to call for the president to be removed from office and express outrage at ...
November 25, 2016
Brazilian minister quits in case that implicates president
A Brazilian minister resigned on Friday amid allegations that he enlisted President Michel Temer's help to pressure a fellow ...
October 27, 2016
Mass protest in Venezuela demanding end of 'dictatorship'
Anti-government protesters jammed the streets of Venezuela's capital on Wednesday on the heels of a decision by congress to ...
October 26, 2016
Venezuela's congress opens political trial against Maduro
Venezuela's opposition-controlled congress has opened a political trial against President Nicolas Maduro for breaking the ...
October 24, 2016
In soccer-crazed Brazil, game central to mayoral runoff
In soccer-crazed Brazil, the game is proving central to the sport of electoral politics in one major city amid growing ...
October 14, 2016
BRICS face their own challenges while meeting as a bloc
At a summit this weekend, the BRICS nations — Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa — will be looking for ways to ...
September 26, 2016
Brazil arrests Silva's ex-finance minister in graft probe
Brazilian authorities arrested a former finance minister Monday for his alleged role in a massive kickback scheme, the latest ...
September 22, 2016
Ex-Brazil finance chief held, freed for now in fraud probe
The ex-finance minister under Brazilian presidents Dilma Rousseff and Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva was arrested Thursday in the ...
September 19, 2016
After 1,192 days, Brazil mega-event run ends at Paralympics
After 1,192 days, Brazil's run of hosting mega-sports events came to an end Sunday at the Paralympic Games. It began with ...
September 13, 2016
Ouster of Brazil lawmaker could open political Pandora's box
The ouster of once powerful lawmaker Eduardo Cunha poses a threat to other politicians, potentially including Brazil's new ...
September 13, 2016
Brazilian lawmakers vote to strip ex-speaker of his seat
Brazil's lower house of Congress voted overwhelmingly late Monday to strip the legislative seat of its former speaker amid ...
September 08, 2016
Paralympic Games open to theme: 'Heart knows no limits'
The Paralympic Games opened Wednesday with 4,350 athletes demonstrating first-hand their creed: "The heart knows no limits; ...
September 05, 2016
Brazilian police clash with protesters rejecting new leader
Police in Brazil's biggest city clashed with protesters who marched to reject the new president Sunday, five days after Dilma ...