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Brazil to auction oil camps despite environmental warnings
The administration of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro plans to auction seven offshore oil fields in the northeast despite contrary advice from analysts of Brazil's main environmental body, according to documents obtained by the Associated Press.
Brazil president creates body to pardon environmental fines
Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro has created a regulatory body with the power to forgive or revise environmental fines, a move to rein in what he has called an ‘industry of fines’ that he sees threatening the livelihood of farmers and ranchers.
Pele back in Brazil after hospital stay in France
Football great Pele arrived back in Brazil Tuesday after receiving treatment for a urinary tract infection during a six-day hospital stay in France.
Protests rally in Brazil to denounce 1964 military coup
Hundreds of protesters chanting "dictatorship never again" took to the streets of Brazil's capital Sunday for the 55th anniversary of the coup that established more than two decades of military rule.
Inspired by Columbine, Brazil pair kill eight and themselves in school shooting
Two former students opened fire at a Brazilian school on Wednesday and killed at least five teenagers as well as two school officials before committing suicide in an attack that police said was inspired by the 1999 Columbine massacre in the United States.
At least eight killed in Brazil shooting
Two gunmen opened fire at a school in southeastern Brazil, killing at least six students and two employees, officials said.
Iran envoy calls for development of ties with Brazil
Iranian ambassador to Brasilia has called for promotion of relations between Tehran and Brasilia based on mutual respect.
Brazil mulls minimum retirement age of 65 for men, women
Brazil’s government has opened discussions with congressional leaders, state governors and mayors on a pension reform bill that would set the minimum retirement age for men and women at 65, a government official said on Monday.
Official: Deadly Brazil dam burst likely had same cause as previous one
The collapse of a Brazilian dam controlled by miner Vale a week ago likely happened because parts of the sand and dried-mud structure dissolved into liquid, a state regulator said in an interview, similar to what caused another deadly mining disaster less than four years ago.
Brazil to restart high-level talks with China, could boost farm trade
Brazil and China are expected to hold their first high-level political and economic talks since 2015 later this year, Brazil’s agriculture trade secretary told Reuters on Thursday, in a move likely to boost farm trade between the two countries.
Nearly 24,000 ordered to evacuate after Brazil dam burst, 250 missing
Firefighters on Sunday called for the evacuation of some 24,000 people from the Brazilian town hit by a deadly mudslide from a ruptured mining dam as rains added to concerns a second dam could collapse.
Risk of new Brazil dam burst forces 24,000 to evacuate homes
Firefighters called for the evacuation to higher ground of some 24,000 people from the Brazilian town hit by deadly mud flow from an earlier mining dam rupture, as a second dam threatened to collapse.
Police in Brazil fire tear gas at protesters
Brazilian riot police have fired teargas and stun grenades to disperse thousands of demonstrators protesting against rising public transport fares in Sao Paulo.
Brazil: Sao Paulo protests against public transport fare rise
Commuters took to the streets of Sao Paulo on Thursday to protest recent fare increases on public transportation.
Bolsonaro takes office in Brazil, says nation 'liberated from socialism'
Brazil’s newly inaugurated President Jair Bolsonaro said on Tuesday his election had freed the country from “socialism and political correctness,” and he vowed to tackle corruption, crime and economic mismanagement in Latin America’s largest nation.

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