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Dec 06, 2016
World Cup 2014: Officials admit 'cartel' of companies fixed stadium contract bidsA construction firm has admitted that a "cartel" of firms fixed bidding for contracts to do work on stadiums for the 2014 football World Cup, Brazilian authorities said Monday.
Nov 29, 2016
Brazil's leftist opposition seek President Michel Temer probe, impeachmentLeftist opponents of Brazil's President Michel Temer sought on Monday to have him investigated and impeached for his alleged role in pressuring a former culture minister to approve a property development.
Sep 19, 2016
From Confederations Cup to Paralympics: Brazil's mega-event run of 1,192 days leaves mixed legacyArray
Sep 17, 2016
Fifa WC, Olympics, Paralympics: Brazil partied for five years; it's now time for the hangoverIt's been a grueling path, coinciding with a precipitous decline in the once booming economy and a correspondingly sharp rise in political instability
Sep 08, 2016
Brazil's new president Michel Temer booed at Independence Day paradeBrazil's new president, Michel Temer, was booed at an annual military parade in the capital Brasilia on Thursday, his first public outing since taking power last week.
Aug 31, 2016
Dilma Rousseff stripped of Brazil's presidency as 61 of 81 senators vote against herPro-impeachment senators burst into a rendering of the national anthem, some waving Brazilian flags, while allies of Rousseff stood stony faced
Sep 01, 2016
New Brazil prez Michel Temer guarantees jobs and 'political stability'Brazil's new leader Michel Temer began his presidency in earnest on Thursday vowing to heal the crisis-stricken Latin American giant after senators fired his defiant rival Dilma Rousseff in an emotional impeachment trial.
Aug 23, 2016
Brazil: Dilma Rousseff to face final impeachment battle on 29 AugustRousseff survived torture in the 1970s under Brazil's military regime and beat cancer to became the country's first woman president. But she was unable to resist the turning of the political tide.
Aug 17, 2016
Suspended Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff proposes plebiscite to avoid impeachmentBrazil's suspended President Dilma Rousseff has proposed a plebiscite be held on calling an early presidential election if she would be restored to power
Aug 17, 2016
Brazil's Rousseff ahead of trial: 'I accept criticism with humility and am determined to build way forwardBrazil's suspended president Dilma Rousseff admitted on she had made mistakes but said she had done nothing worthy of impeachment in an address just over a week before she goes on trial.