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Rio de Janeiro’s 2020 Carnival celebration was filled with spectacular costumes, dances, and political satire
Every year cities in Brazil celebrate Carnival with celebratory dances, parades, costumes, and parties. See the photos of this year's festivities.
Ousted Nissan head Carlos Ghosn and wife Carole are now both wanted by Japan. Here’s the story of the couple’s intense relationship.
The couple is currently staying in a mansion bought by Nissan for Ghosn in Beirut, Lebanon — a country that does not extradite to Japan.
An oxygen leak forced Lufthansa passengers heading to Brazil to take an 8-hour flight from Frankfurt to Frankfurt
Lufthansa Flight 500 to Rio de Janeiro turned back to Frankfurt while off the coast of West Africa, with passengers in the air for over eight hours.
A judge rebuked an attempt by Rio de Janeiro's mayor to ban a book that portrayed a kiss between two male superheroes.
The fire that destroyed a Brazilian museum containing 20 million artifacts also eliminated records of entire languages that nobody speaks anymore
A fire destroyed about 20 million items at Brazil's National Museum on Sunday. Among the items lost were audio recordings of indigenous languages that are no longer spoken.
Furious Brazilians are blaming neglect and budget cuts for the fire that destroyed the 200-year-old National Museum
Firefighters said the building didn't even have a working sprinkler system.
Brazil took an ‘extreme measure’ to fight crime in one of its biggest cities, but it’s only made things worse
Brazil's government sent the army into Rio de Janeiro to take over public security. But crime and violence there haven't improved, and the operation's failure could have a much bigger impact.
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Brazil has committed to an ‘extreme measure’ to combat crime in Rio — and it could be a model for the rest of the country
Brazil's legislature approved a military intervention in Rio, and government officials say it could be a model for other troubled parts of the country.
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.