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11.5 million people for every kilometer of track
Future site of world's third-largest port blockaded by protestors who say they weren't paid for land
Heavy rains in Southern Brazil leave hundreds homeless in state of Rio Grande do Sul
Rio de Janeiro police seize shipment chocolate Easter boxes containing crack
A sign that Brazil's crumbling infrastructre needs an overhaul
Good Friday performance scheduled in City of God sets Christ story in Rio underworld
Rising inflation, 12 percent interest rates and the most over-valued currency on earth
Cutting-edge technology deployed to scour wreckage under 12,800 feet of water
45,489 cases of mosquito-borne disease statewide since January
Hip hop star will share stage at Rock in Rio festival with Coldplay and a band called Skank
A union called the CUT wants calls calls on central bank to, yes, cut its rates.
Cops in Rio recover three tons of drugs and major dealer hideout, minus dealer.
Rare pink river dolphins in Brazilian Amazon dying at a rate of 30,000 per year
Report: Vale considering buying stake in Brazil's controversial Belo Monte hydro-electric station
Kids back in class at Rio elementary school where gunman executed 12 students
Brazil’s shortage of affordable housing has reached a breaking point.
Despite worries about rain damage, world's second-largest soy producer on track to harvest bumper crop.
Two Americans charged in connection with 2006 mid-air crash that killed 154
Roger Agnelli out as Vale CEO after months of government pressure
Trial underway for American pilot charged in connection with 2006 crash in the Amazon that killed 154