Weapons from foreign powers, including Brazil, fuel the Yemen conflict
Brazil has signed serious weapons deals with Saudi Arabia, Iran, Libya and dozens of countries throughout the Middle East since the 1980s.
Brazil’s top legislator alleges Washington and NGOs use abortion to get rid of poor people
And his women's health reforms are up for vote soon.
Brazil's new abortion rules would require tests for rape victims
Backers think it would increase rape prosecutions. Its critics say it just assumes women are lying.
Brazil just observed Black Awareness Day. A look at Congress proves they need it
It's pretty sad for a country with the largest population of Afro-descendants outside Africa.
These 6 major companies keep popping up in Brazil's biggest corruption scandals
GlobalPost analyzed Brazil's recent corruption cases to find a handful of the same engineering firms named.
Brazil's shocking violence against women, in 5 charts
The rate of female homicides, especially for women of color, is staggeringly high.
Brazil mining flood could devastate environment for years
About 25,000 Olympic swimming pools' worth of mining waste has spilled.
Vile tweets and spiking femicides: It's a tough time to be a woman in Brazil
It started with men tweeting sexual remarks about a 12-year-old TV show contestant.
Dirty-money Benz and yachts are up for auction in Brazil, and proceeds go to the state oil empire
These BMWs, Mercedes and yachts are the bounty of one of Brazil's biggest corruption scandals ever.
Brazil’s 400-percent credit card rates ‘would shock Tony Soprano’
In the midst of financial crisis, banks are making hay off at least some of their customers.
President Sisi says Sinai security is under Egypt's 'full control'
You sure about that, Mr. President? Egypt’s authorities have been waging their very own war on terror in the Sinai for years.
A Brazilian student mapped out Rio's racial segregation. What he found was startling
In an ethnically diverse country, the extent that people live in affluent, white-only clusters goes far beyond what he ever imagined.
Why the UN meat report is a double-whopper of bad news for South Americans
Have you ever tried to come between South Americans and their meat? Pro tip: Don't.
Refugee athletes can compete at Rio Games under the Olympic flag
A UN-backed resolution calls for an Olympic Truce.
#BlackLivesMatter has gone global. And Brazil needs it — badly
The police committed more than 1 in every 6 of Rio's homicides from 2010 to 2013 — and 4 out of 5 of the victims were Afro-Brazilian.
With air strikes, France says IS more important than Assad
It used to be that France said it wouldn't do anything, however indirect, to help Assad. But that was then.
Instastink: A couple of Instagram photos of Rio’s bay pollution problem
GlobalPost took a tour around Guanabara bay, the main staging ground for the Olympic sailing events. We didn’t have to wait long to see some disgusting stuff.
Cómo los presuntos abusadores sexuales del Vaticano se esconden y predican en Sudamérica (VIDEO)
Un documental de GlobalPost.
América del Sur se convierte en refugio para los presuntos pederastas de la iglesia
El Vaticano no se expresó al respecto.
Two crazy statistics show Rio’s gross water problem isn't going away
Brazil's barely skimming the surface of trash and feces-filled sites of the next Summer Olympic Games.
Brazil is becoming a bargain destination
For those fortunate enough to earn US dollars or euros, Brazil has transformed from rip-off to reasonable in just two years.
Massive protests sweep Brazil, calling for President Rousseff's resignation
More than 200 demonstrations are expected around Brazil today.
This is what it sounds like when a government is tanking
Brazilians don't hold back in their pot-banging protests against the authorities.
These 3 videos are going viral in Brazil for the same reason
They say more about Brazil than just road rage.
Brazil will use drones to fight slave labor in rural areas
The aerial inspections will start in Rio and quickly expand to other regions.
Rash of lynchings shocks Brazil
The latest took place outside Rio de Janeiro Wednesday, when vigilantes tied up and badly beat a man accused of stealing a woman's cellphone.
Two years after the NSA leaks, Brazilians actually like the US again
They were pretty upset after leaks about the US spying on their communications. Now Brazilians' outrage is targeting their own officials.
Brazil to open Latin America's first elephant sanctuary
Brazil will soon open Latin America's first elephant sanctuary, and its three initial residents will be retired circus animals in need of a safe haven, a report said Sunday.
Brazil arrests construction magnates in graft probe
In a sting operation involving 220 agents across four states, law enforcement officers detained chief executives Marcelo Odebrecht and Otavio Azevedo.
And the Latin Grammy Person of the Year goes to ...
Brazilian singer Roberto Carlos, whose 55-year career has won him the nickname of the King of Latin music, will be honored at this year's Latin Grammys.
Exclusive: Russia and the US are competing for a space partnership with Brazil
It's opening up yet another theater in their rivalry for allies and influence.