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Brazil is taking an ‘extreme measure’ to confront crime in Rio — the first time it’s done so since the country’s dictato...
"I know it's an extreme measure, but many times Brazil requires extreme measures to put things in order," Brazil's president said.
Millions of revelers flocked to the streets of Rio for Carnival, which culminated in a raucous parade in the Sambadrome.
From what to eat and drink, where to beach, and how to survive there are a few things worth learning about Brazilian culture before your first Carnival.
Brazil captured an alleged member of one Mexico’s most powerful drug cartels on his Christmas vacation
He had been living in Bolivia for two years after fleeing Mexico and entered Brazil as a tourist using a Bolivian passport.
File photo of Brazi...
Drones have been used for small-scale smuggling for some time, but increasingly they appear to be used for surveillance and to carry explosives.
The seemingly contagious wave of independence movements around the world over the last month has scholars investigating why this is all happening now.
A survey finds that a strong majority of Brazilians are concerned about fake news while less than half of Germans are.
Support for democracy appears to be eroding in Brazil, and support for military action in domestic affairs appears to have grown.
Nestlé sponsored a river barge to create a ‘floating supermarket’ that sold candy and chocolate pudding to the backwoods of Brazil
Nestlé sponsored a river barge to bring tens of thousands of its products to Brazil's poor, which critics say contributes to the country's obesity epidemic.