The small South American country looks like home for the four Syrians, one Tunisian and one Palestinian — at least for now.
One of the arrivals, Abu Wa’el Dhiab, is leading a legal battle against the United States for force-feeding him while he was on hunger strike.
Opinion: Can the United States win hearts and minds by simply not deporting them?
The country's first trial for insider trading and a major investigation at Petrobras oil company could change Latin America's powerhouse forever.
Combined campaign spending on Sunday's elections is estimated at nearly three times the country's World Cup preparation costs.
Interview: Drug czar Julio Calzada tries to set the record straight on the little South American country's bold but mysterious marijuana experiment.
Families are doing fine, but industries aren't. What will that mean for the country's political future?
The fatal crash has the potential to transform an election landscape that looked like almost certain for incumbent Dilma Rousseff.