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Oct 01, 2014

Brazil TV will highlight 'how Dublin works'

Brazil and Latin America's biggest broadcaster is on its way to Dublin to see how working Irish-style makes the world a better place... #Latin America #Dublin, Ireland

Sep 30, 2014

Rousseff takes lead in Brazil election poll

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff climbed in two election polls released Tuesday ? opening a solid runoff vote lead in one but remaining in a technical tie with her chief rival… Click to Continue ... #Latin America #Dublin, Ireland

Sep 29, 2014

Crispin Porter + Bogusky Will Bring Corona Beer to Brazil

Corona Beer is coming to Brazil, courtesy of Crispin Porter + Bogusky. The global agency's new São Paulo office, which opened in February, has been chosen by AmBev/InBev to handle the product launch. Creative team André Kassu and Marcos Medeiros will... #London #MetLife, Inc. #InBev #Crispin Porter & Bogusky

Oct 01, 2014

Fuleco finds new home

Encore for Fuleco! The Brazil 2014 mascot has been moved to Zurich Children's Hospital, with FIFA President Blatter handing over the armadillo in person... #Manchester United #Daniel Alves #Dani Alves #La Liga

Oct 01, 2014

Brazils evangelicals become a political force to be reckoned with

US-style churches gaining popularity in traditionally Catholic country and could choose next president Brazilian church welcomes gay believers Continue reading..... #Dilma Rousseff #Brazil

Oct 01, 2014

Man (66) charged with ramming historic gates of Trinity College

A DUBLIN man has been charged with damaging the historic front gates of Trinity College, which were rammed by a car in an incident earlier this year. John Farrell (66) was brought before Dublin District Court today charged with causing criminal damag... #Trinity College, Dublin #Garda Siochana

Oct 02, 2014

Brazil Campaign Takes a Twist as Silva Lags

Marina Silva trails President Dilma Rousseff, who has targeted the Socialist Party candidate in an aggressive ad campaign... #Dilma Rousseff #Socialist Party #Marina Silva

Sep 29, 2014

Rio Talent: Daniel Aragao on ‘I Swear I’ll Leave This Town’

Daniel Aragao, despite making strides in his home nation of Brazil, admits that he is more in tune internationally with what others consider to be art house films. His first picture, “Good Luck, Sweetheart,” was filmed in black and white, mixing musi... #Dilma Rousseff #Socialist Party #Marina Silva

Sep 28, 2014

RioMarket TV: TV Giant Brazil Analyzes Export Opportunities, Challenges

Rio de Janeiro – While Brazil consolidates as one of the world’s largest TV markets and a top exporter of telenovelas produced by local nets, it is still lagging behind when it comes to place its indie TV productions in the international market. Part... #Dilma Rousseff #Socialist Party #Marina Silva