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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.
Brazil's Lula defies prison order, creating standoff
Brazil's former President Luiz InacioLula da Silva defied a judge's order to turn himself in to police on Friday and start serving a 12-year prison sentence for bribery that would likely end his hopes of regaining the presidency.
Brazilians rally against Rousseff’s impeachment in Sao Paulo
Supporters of Brazil's suspended President Dilma Rousseff have taken to the streets in the southern city of Sao Paulo to protest against her impeachment trial scheduled for next week.
Argentina appoints Sao Paulo's Bauza as head coach
Argentina named Edgardo Bauza as its new head coach.
Pele stable after surgery
Brazilian great Pele is recovering in a Sao Paulo hospital after undergoing surgery on a prostate condition.
Sao Paulo water supply in "critical" condition
Halfway through the rainy season, the key reservoir for the southern hemisphere’s largest city holds just 6 percent of its capacity, and experts warned on Friday that Sao Paulo’s authorities must take urgent steps to prevent the worst drought in more than 80 years from drying it out.
Brazilian film festival to show ‘Unripe Pomegranate’
Iranian director Majid Reza Mostafavi's 'Unripe Pomegranate' will contend at the 38th Sao Paulo International Film Festival in Brazil.

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