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Iranian president weighs in on contaminated corn cargo from Brazil
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani weighed in on a dossier related to a 120,000-ton cargo of contaminated corn from Brazil that had been stranded for three years at customs yards south of Iran, saying the grains should be annihilated if they cannot be returned to the point of loading.
Trump names Brazil ‘major non-NATO ally of US’
US President Donald Trump has designated Brazil a so-called major non-NATO ally of the United States, a move that could potentially facilitate the expansion of Washington’s dominance over the Latin American country.
Gang violence leaves more than 50 dead in Brazil prison riot
At least 57 people were killed in a gruesome gang battle that broke out in a prison in the Brazilian Amazon.
Iran accounts for a third of Brazil’s corn exports: Official
An Iranian official confirmed reports suggesting that Brazil ships a bulk of its annual corn export, around nine million tons, to Iran, saying sanctions imposed by the United States would effectively fail to hamper a massive amount of trade between the two countries.
Iranian ships stranded in Brazil refueled after court order
Two Iranian grain vessels stranded in the Brazilian port of Paranagua began refueling following a Brazilian court order compelling the state oil company of Petrobras to provide fuel to the ships.
Brazil’s top court orders Petrobras to refuel Iran ships
Brazil’s top court said Thursday that state oil company Petrobras must supply fuel to two Iranian vessels that have been stranded off the coast of Parana state since early June.
Brazil judge orders Petrobras to refuel stranded Iranian ships
Brazil’s highest judicial authority has ordered Petrobras to refuel two Iranian grain ships after the Brazilian state-run oil company refused to assist the vessels citing the United States sanctions targeting the Islamic Republic.
Iran warns Brazil over stranded ship barred from refueling
Iran threatened to cut its imports from Brazil unless it allows the refueling of two Iranian ships stranded off the Brazilian coast.
Brazil lower house passes pension reforms, rallies follow
Brazil's lower house of Congress approved a landmark overhaul of the country's pension system on Wednesday (July 10) by a far wider margin than predicted, delivering a resounding victory to the government in its quest to restore public finances to health.
Brazil primed for home Copa triumph, wary of upset threat
Brazil has lifted the trophy every time it has hosted the Copa America and will look to maintain this perfect record with a first major tournament triumph since 2007 when it takes on Peru in Sunday’s final.
Messi vows to play on after latest Argentina heartache
Lionel Messi vowed to extend his international career after yet another bid to win a major title with Argentina ended in failure at the Copa America on Tuesday.
Messi admits Copa struggles ahead of Brazil clash
Argentina captain Lionel Messi admitted he is struggling at the Copa America as he and La Albiceleste look ahead to a marquee semifinal clash against tournament host Brazil.
Brazil takes lead, but race for VNL Final Six spots still wide open
Brazil took advantage of Iran’s straight-set loss to France to take the lead in the standings as the Week 4 of the men’s 2019 FIVB Volleyball Nations League wrapped up on Sunday.

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