Rio 2016 reveals Paralympic torch relay details
Rio 2016 reveals Paralympic torch relay details

The Rio 2016 Paralympic torch relay will take place in all five regions of Brazil over seven days, the organisers said.

Brazil has 'plan B' for Neymar
Brazil has 'plan B' for Neymar

Brazil will adopt contingency plans for Neymar's Copa America preparations if Barcelona advance to the UEFA Champions League final.

Countdown appears to start for execution of foreigners in Indonesia

Indonesia has asked foreign embassies to send representatives to a maximum security prison for the expected execution of 10 drug convicts, although an official 72-hour notice of execution has not been given yet, diplomats said on Friday.

Brazil to host first Indigenous Peoples World Games
Brazil to host first Indigenous Peoples World Games

A year after hosting the football World Cup and a year before staging the Summer Olympics, Brazil is set to stage a new international event -- the Indigenous Peoples World Games.

Tornado kills 2, injures 120 in southern Brazil

A tornado battered a city in southern Brazil, killing two people, injuring 120 others and forcing more than 1,000 people from their homes, officials said on Tuesday.

Romanian club sack Brazilian coach for second time in a week
Romanian club sack Brazilian coach for second time in a week

Relegation-threatened Ceahlaul Piatra Neamt have sacked Brazilian coach Ze Maria for the second time in a week, the Romanian club said on Tuesday.

Eight Corinthians football fans shot dead in Brazil
Eight Corinthians football fans shot dead in Brazil

Eight football fans were gunned down ahead of a semi-final match at the Corinthians fan club headquarters in Sao Paulo, police and local media reported Sunday.

Eight people killed at Brazilian football team's fan club

Police say eight people have been shot dead at a Brazilian soccer team's fan club in the city of Sao Paulo.

Brazil ruling party treasurer arrested in Petrobras probe

The treasurer of Brazil`s ruling party was arrested Wednesday for alleged money laundering and taking bribes from state oil giant Petrobras that were stuffed into backpacks, the latest blow to President Dilma Rousseff.

Supermodel Gisele Bundchen makes teary last catwalk turn
Supermodel Gisele Bundchen makes teary last catwalk turn

There were tears, hugs, and a standing ovation as supermodel Gisele Bundchen strode the catwalk one last time on her home turf in Brazil on Wednesday.

Fresh protests in Brazil against Rousseff, corruption
Fresh protests in Brazil against Rousseff, corruption

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu on Sunday lashed out at Pope Francis for "inappropriate" and "one-sided" comments after he used the word "genocide" to describe the massacres of Armenians by Ottoman forces during World War I.

Greg Norman feels sorry for fallen Tiger Woods
Greg Norman feels sorry for fallen Tiger Woods

Former world number one Greg Norman has said he feels sorry for Tiger Woods` position as a fallen idol but believes the American`s travails showed even the greatest individuals would have their "weaknesses" exposed.

Brazil leader to visit US in June in wake of spy row

US President Barack Obama announced Saturday that Brazilian counterpart Dilma Rousseff will visit Washington on June 30, almost two years after she cancelled a trip over a US spying scandal.

Crisis-hit Latin America leaders seek summit breather

A massive corruption scandal at Brazil`s state oil company. Protests over the presumed massacre of 43 students in Mexico. An Argentine prosecutor`s mysterious death. Economies slowed by falling commodity prices.

Brazil to send police back into Rio slum after boy`s death

Brazil will send more officers back into a Rio de Janeiro slum amid public outcry over a 10-year-old boy killed during a police shootout, officials said Sunday.

Brazil demonstrators demand end to police violence

Demonstrators in Rio de Janeiro took to the famous sands of Copacabana on Sunday to protest the death of boy who was killed in the crossfire during a police gunfight in a favela.

Brazilians `march for peace` after police shooting of boy

 The mother of a 10-year-old boy shot dead by Brazilian police joined Rio protesters in a "march for peace" on Saturday after two days of tensions which have renewed security concerns ahead of next year`s Olympics.

Four dead as helicopter crashes in Brazil

Four people died when a helicopter they were flying in crashed on Thursday in a residential neighbourhood in Brazil, media reported.

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