Wednesday, 27th September 2023


28 Mar 2018
Brazil edged past world champions Germany 1-0 in their international friendly in Berlin on Tuesday to snap their opponents' 22-match unbeaten run and exact some measure of revenge for their 2014 World Cup semi-final humiliation.
5 Mar 2018
Brazil's Paris St Germain forward Neymar left the hospital in Brazil on Sunday (March 4) after an operation on his injured foot and ankle.
15 Jan 2018
Brazil looks to its answer to Donald Trump ahead of elections while the US President faces a citizen protest over his vulgar words about immigrants.
12 Jan 2018
Protesters throng the streets of Sao Paulo, Brazil to voice their concern over a hike to the cost of a ticket on the city's public transportation.
10 Nov 2017
Brazil's manager Tite is looking forward to trying out his starting line up combinations when his side faces Japan in a friendly in Lille
25 Oct 2017
Brazil's Gabriel Medina wins the Rip Curl Pro Portugal to close the gap on John John Florence ahead of WSL's Hawaii finale.
25 Aug 2017
A ferry in Brazil's Bahia State capsizes and leaves at least 22 dead, after another incident in Para State leaves at least 21 dead.
4 Aug 2017
Paris Saint-Germain Football Club have signed Brazil soccer star Neymar in a record deal that has shocked the world in terms of its size and scope.
27 Jul 2017
Brazil has the highest proportion of so-called "mixed race" people in the world. Yet only 13% of people aged 18 to 24 in that category are enrolled at university.
17 Jun 2017
Says it would be dream match up for 2018 tournament which will take place in Russia.
30 May 2017
Heavy rains and flooding have left six people dead and displaced tens of thousands in Brazil's northeast.
26 May 2017
In today's "Single Best Chart," Bloomberg's Tom Keene and Francine Lacqua display the trade of the Brazilian real against the U.S. dollar going back to 1996.


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Tensions are flaring up between India and Canada over Khalistan separatists, with the row also sending out shockwaves throughout the Sikh diaspora.
3 hours ago
Malaysia intends to double the quantity of palm oil it exports to China, in an effort to counterbalance the EU's push to cut down on its own imports.
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The former US president is being sued by the New York attorney general for deceiving banks and insurers by over-valuating assets. The judge's decision narrows the parameters of a trial next week.
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A Rwandan court orders a suspected serial killer to be detained for 30 days. Denis Kazungu pleaded guilty after multiple bodies were found buried in his kitchen, in a case that has shocked the nation. Also, several children are amongst the eight people killed following heavy rains in Cape Town. And in Senegal, Tiak Tiak drivers gear up to hit the streets once again. The moto-taxis offer commuters a way to zip in and out of the dense Dakar traffic, but with a risk of accidents.
5 hours ago
Britain's Home Secretary Suella Braverman called for governments to rewrite global refugee rules to make them "fit for the modern age." She said "simply being gay, or a woman" should not in itself entitle refuge.