Brazil

29 stories per week
Breitbart › Incident › 20 hours ago
Conservative leaders in Brazil expressed discontent at the Supreme Court’s decision to free socialist ex-president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.
Sputnik International › Opinions › 2 days ago
The new Bolivian interim government lacks legitimacy, say Argentinian political analysts Valeria Rodriguez and Carlos Pereyra Mele, while outlining possible scenarios of how the political crisis in the Andean country could unfold.
Newsweek › 2 days ago
Brazil's religious right, bolstered by conservative president Jair Bolsonaro, are pushing cuts to sex education amid skyrocketing rates of HIV and syphilis.
Breitbart › Finance › 2 days ago
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said on Thursday his country will stay out of the U.S.-China trade war.
Evening Standard › Sports › 2 days ago
Brazil vs Argentina | LIVE!
Al Jazeera › 3 days ago
Chinese President Xi Jinping warns against protectionism, champions international trade on second day of BRICS summit.
OZY › Politics › 3 days ago
Argentina's new president is provoking Brazil and wooing Bolivia, setting the stage for a dramatic regional realignment.
The Sydney Morning Herald › 3 days ago
The summit brought together the chiefs of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa but failed avoided the thorniest issues.
Sputnik International › Finance › 3 days ago
The city of Brasilia hosted the 11th BRICS summit this week, with the leaders of Russia, China, Brazil, India, and South Africa discussing political and economic relations within the bloc.
Breitbart › Finance › 3 days ago
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro meets with Chinese President Xi Jinping to discuss increased trade between the two countries.
Sputnik International › Finance › 3 days ago
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) does not exclude working with Saudi Arabia on projects in Brazil, where Russia already has joint investments with China, Director of the Russian Kirill Dmitriev stated.
Al Jazeera › 4 days ago
Focus is on stimulating economies while ties with China; crises in Venezuela and Bolivia dominate talks
Sputnik International › Opinions › 4 days ago
In recent years, the public has mainly heard of high-profile political crises in Latin America: a series of corruption scandals and resignations in Brazil, the dramatic fate of former President of Ecuador Rafael Correa after his successor Lenin Moreno...
Sputnik International › 4 days ago
New Delhi (Sputnik): Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in Brazil for the 11th BRICS Summit which will focus on building mechanisms for cooperation in counter-terrorism and strengthening India's ties with four of the world's major economies.
The Sydney Morning Herald › 4 days ago
Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin told fellow BRICS leaders in Brazil they were doing their best to counter the economic slowdown brought on by unfair protectionism.
Sputnik International › 4 days ago
BRASILIA (Sputnik) – Russian President Vladimir Putin said the country's presidency of BRICS the next year would be focused on the further development of trade and investment cooperation among member states, adding that Moscow will prepare a busy...
Sputnik International › 4 days ago
Brazil's national capital hosts the regular summit of BRICS member states — Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa. The goal of the association of five major emerging economies is to advance multipolarity in the international arena.
RT › 4 days ago
The seizure of Venezuela’s embassy in Brasilia was not only an attack on the legitimate government of Nicolas Maduro in Caracas, but also an attempt to sow discord between the BRICS member states, Russia’s Deputy FM told RT. Read Full Article at RT.com
Breitbart › 4 days ago
A group of supporters of Venezuelan President Juan Guaidó moved in the Venezuelan Embassy in Brazil on Wednesday.
The Sydney Morning Herald › 4 days ago
Brazilian police surrounded the embassy but did not enter. Many embassy officials live with their families in the adjoining residence, Brazilian media reported.
Sign In

Sign in to follow sources and tags you love, and get personalized stories.

Continue with Google
OR