Brazil's indigenous people fight back against Bolsonaro's attacks on Amazon
Germany and Brazil have a long history of partnering on environmental protection. But President Jair Bolsonaro's stances on Brazil's indigenous people and their lands threaten the progress that has been made.
Brazil swears in far-right President Jair Bolsonaro
Brazil has sworn in former army captain President Jair Bolsonaro, amid tight security. The far-right politician, an admirer of the country’s former military dictatorship, pledged to rid the country of "ideological ties."
Far-right candidate wins Brazil's presidential election
Jair Bolsonaro has won a sweeping victory in the presidential election. Critics of Brazil's "Tropical Trump" are concerned that the brash far-right politician, who expressed fondness for the former military regime, could undermine the country's democracy.
Venezuelan asylum seekers try to make a new life in Spain
More than three million people have fled Venezuela as the country's economic and political crisis deepens. Most head for Columbia and Brazil but for those who make it to the EU, Spain is the top destination.
Migrant crisis: Brazil sends troops to Venezuela border
Hyperinflation, a lack of food and medicine force thousands of Venezuelans every day to seek refuge in neighboring countries. Many of them in Brazil. The situation in Roraima state has become increasingly difficult - and occasionally violent.
Heineken CFO says Brazil growth good news in long term
Laurence Debroux, chief financial officer of Heineken NV, talks to Bloomberg from Amsterdam after the world’s second-largest brewer forecast a drop in profitability this year as it expands more quickly than expected in Brazil, where its beer business is less profitable than elsewhere.
Willian aiming to send Chelsea team mate Hazard home early
Brazil's World Cup quarter-final against Belgium will pit two of Chelsea's best midfielders against each other, but Brazil's Willian told the media on Wednesday (July 4) reporters he will be doing everything he can to send his team mate Eden Hazard home early from Russia.
Brazil, Argentina 'Very Different Places' at this time, says JPM's Santos
Gabriela Santos, global market strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management, discusses Brazil as the central bank president defends the country's economic fundamentals.
Neymar impresses for Brazil on return
Brazil star Neymar said he suffered a lot during a three-month injury lay-off after making a goalscoring comeback in his side's 2-0 win over Croatia at Anfield on Sunday (June 3)