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More accusations leaked against former civil police chief
Dilma Rousseff praised for governing style – so far
British security specialists said to criticize the Federal government’s slow progress on preparations for the Olympics
Diplomats trying to find activities for Obama girls in Brazil
Civil police chief orders investigation of those investigating police corruption.
Federal law enforcement looks to arrest dozens of corrupt Rio de Janeiro state police officers
Credit tightens in Brazil as already high interest rates surge even further.
Residents of favela occupied by police fear drug traffickers have murdered cooperators
Priest fines for brides arriving late to altar
Drunk driving laws and police raids on slums credited for dramatic drop in Rio insurance rates
Weekly magazine interviews Brazil’s most popular, least educated, Congressman. Hilarity ensues.
Inflation accelerates, yet again
Cities in other regions of Brazil look to follow Rio’s policing model as its homicide rate drops below that of several U.S. cities
BBC airs “first film footage of remote Amazon rainforest tribe”
Journalists detained for eight hours by Egyptian authorities
The most successful national film in Brazilian history debuts at U.S. film festival
Protecting indigenous tribes by publishing their photos
Executives in Brazil earn more than in any other country
Dilma Rousseff travels to Argentina today for her first meeting with President Kirchner.
Housing is a major challenge in the aftermath of Brazil’s deadliest natural disaster.