27 Jul 2019
Universities on the frontline of Brazil’s budget cuts.
11 Jul 2019
Brazil's Supreme Court has turned down a request to free jailed ex-President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva following allegations the judge who convicted him was biased. Lula's lawyers say he was denied a fair trial.
7 Jul 2019
Femicides in Brazil: Will easing gun laws make the situation worse?
14 Jun 2019
Brazilian football star Neymar says he is 'calm' after being questioned by police for five hours over allegations that he raped a woman in a Paris hotel last month.
13 Jun 2019
Blind justice? Brazil's judiciary accused of targeting Lula.
7 Jun 2019
Brazil's Neymar went to a Rio de Janeiro police station on Thursday to give a statement in a probe into whether he broke the law by posting intimate pictures of a woman who accused him of rape.
22 May 2019
Alberto Gallo, portfolio manager at Algebris Investments, discusses the U.S.-China trade war and how the adjustment of global supply chains could benefit countries like Brazil, Argentina, Mexico and Canada.
1 Apr 2019
Brazil's president has arrived for a four-day visit to Israel during which he is expected to sign "many agreements." The far-right leader's trip comes just ahead of Israel's closely contested elections.
27 Jan 2019
Brazil's president delivers on controversial campaign promises.
27 Jan 2019
An earth-filled dam has burst in southeastern Brazil, releasing a river of sludge that has destroyed and damaged homes in Minas Gerais state. At least 34 people are dead and some 300 are still missing.
12 Jan 2019
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.
2 Jan 2019
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."