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Brazilian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton edges Nico Rosberg to Sao Paulo pole

Brazilian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton edges Nico Rosberg to Sao Paulo pole

Rosberg grabbed pole and won the race in 2014 and 2015 and will secure his first F1 title if he can win Sunday`s race at the Interlagos circuit.

Brazil legend Pele marries for 3rd time

Brazil legend Pele marries for 3rd time

The 75-year-old Brazilian tied the knot with his 50-year-old Japanese fiancee Marcia Cibele Aoki.

Is our love for Pizza putting the environment at stake?

Is our love for Pizza putting the environment at stake?

Despite a push for greener fuel policy, the Latin megacity is still struggling to lower its pollutants.

18 killed in Brazil bus accident

Eighteen people were killed after a bus carrying university students overturned in Brazil's Sao Paulo state, the media reported.

70 die of swine flu in Brazil in three months

 At least 70 people died of swine flu in Brazil till March 26, almost twice as many as in the whole of 2015, the health ministry said.

Brazilians march to support Dilma Rousseff against `coup`

Brazilians march to support Dilma Rousseff against `coup`

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff`s fight against impeachment gathered speed when tens of thousands of people marched nationwide to oppose what they said was a "coup."

Seven killed as plane crashes into Brazil house

At least seven people were killed when a plane crashed into a house in Brazil`s Sao Paulo city, the media reported on Sunday.

Brazil prosecutor requests formal probe of Lula

Prosecutors in Brazil have asked that powerful ex-president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who was questioned this week in a huge corruption probe, be placed under formal investigation.

Brazilian ex-president Lula detained in corruption probe

Brazilian ex-president Lula detained in corruption probe

Police briefly detained Brazil's powerful ex-president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva for questioning and searched his home today as part of a probe into a huge corruption scheme at state oil company Petrobras.

Facebook's Latin America vice president arrested in Brazil

Facebook's Latin America vice president arrested in Brazil

In a press release, the federal police stated that Dzodan had been arrested in Sao Paulo on Tuesday.

Brazil Zika cases raise concern of virus transmission beyond mosquitoes

The virus, spreading quickly across Latin America and the Caribbean, is usually transmitted by the bite of a mosquito.
 

Men over 30 outdoing women with selfies: Study

Men over 30 outdoing women with selfies: Study

The study conducted by Selfiexploratory helps one explore and compare global selfie trends.

Bomb threat diverts Madrid-Sao Paulo TAM flight

A flight from Madrid to Sao Paulo operated by Brazil`s TAM airlines was forced to return to the Spanish capital due to an alleged bomb threat.

EPL: Pato linked to West Ham move

EPL: Pato linked to West Ham move

Alexandre Pato could move to West Ham United in the Premier League's January transfer window.

Manchester United wanted me, says Pato

Manchester United wanted me, says Pato

Manchester United made a late attempt to sign Brazilian striker Alexandre Pato just before the January transfer window shut, according to the Sao Paulo player.

Nineteen killed in Sao Paulo shootings

 Nineteen people were killed and seven injured overnight in a wave of shootings in Brazil`s biggest city Sao Paulo, a security official said Friday after reports of a massacre in the suburbs.

Nineteen killed in Sao Paulo shootings

 Nineteen people were killed and seven injured overnight in a wave of shootings in Brazil`s biggest city Sao Paulo, a security official said Friday after reports of a massacre in the suburbs.

World Skills 2015: Manish Sisodia holds discussions with education ministries of various countries

The Delhi government has initiated a dialogue with education ministries of Finland, Brazil, UK and Germany with an aim to adopt the best practises and systems in setting up of skill university in the national capital.

Brazil: 17 killed in Sao Paulo shootings; police investigating links

Police in Brazil's biggest city said on Friday they are investigating the shooting deaths of at least 17 people within the span of about three hours.

Hackers broadcast porn on TV screens at Brazil bus depot

 Hackers infiltrated the travel information video screens at a Brazilian bus station and replaced arrival and departure times with hard-core porn.