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Dec 24, 2017
Venezuela bans two diplomats from Canada, Brazil over criticism of President Nicolas Maduro's socialist govtVenezuela on Saturday said two diplomats from Canada and Brazil were no longer welcome, in an escalating showdown over their criticism of President Nicolas Maduro
Oct 12, 2017
Brazilian court freezes former president Dilma Rousseff's assets over controversial oil refinery dealBrazil's Federal Court of Accounts (TCU) has frozen former President Dilma Rousseff's assets for her alleged role in a 2006 deal when oil giant Petrobras acquired a refinery in Pasadena in the US state of Texas.
Aug 01, 2017
Brazil Congress to vote on President Michel Temer's future as country's August jinx continuesFor Brazilian leaders, August is the cruellest month and one that now presents a potentially fatal challenge to the presidency of Michel Temer.
Jun 07, 2017
Brazil court resumes Michel Temer, Dilma Rousseff hearing in 'illegal' campaign funds caseThe hearing was expected to last three days, and would look into funds that Rousseff and Temer's campaign received from companies involved in the scandals uncovered at state-owned energy giant Petrobras.
May 22, 2017
Protesters call for Brazil's president Michel Temer to resign after graft chargesThe accusations against President Michel Temer have plunged Latin America's largest nation into crisis yet again, sending its currency and stocks plummeting
May 20, 2017
Brazil sees protests as President Michel Temer faces accusations of corruption and obstruction of justiceBrazil's political crisis headed into a weekend dominated by protests and President Michel Temer's attempt to secure enough allies to save himself after being accused of obstructing justice
Mar 13, 2017
Brazil's President Michel Temer blames 'ghosts' for driving him out of official residenceBrazil's President Michel Temer blames bad vibes and even ghosts for driving him from his sumptuous official residence in the capital Brasilia, a Brazilian news weekly reported on Saturday.
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