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Organizers of the World Cup are in a race to get ready, and the biggest challenge with three months to go is to install all the temporary structures needed for matches in Brazil's 12 host cities, FIFA's secretary general said Thursday.
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6 hrs ago | Washington Times
A star Brazilian goalkeeper who was sentenced to more than 22 years for ordering the kidnap and murder of his girlfriend may be granted a work release to play professional soccer.
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The world's largest steel-maker ArcelorMittal is investing $ 15 million at its Brazil facility to produce specialised high strength steel for automotive industry by next year.
The resort at Sea Island, Georgia, features a life-size chess board on its property plus weekly Bingo, where men older than 12 are required to don a jacket to participate.
Brazilian state-controlled oil producer PetrA3leo Brasileiro SA and partner Petrogal Brasil SA found oil in an offshore well located in northeastern Brazil, according to a securities filing on Wednesday.
Guitarist Welson Tremura joins Todd Wright and friends March 21 at 8 p.m. for an evening of Brazilian jazz.
About 100 dogs took part in a pet parade Sunday as part of Rio de Janeiro's pre-Carnival celebrations.
In this March 28, 2013 file photo provided by the Vatican newspaper L'Osservatore Romano, Pope Francis kisses the foot of an inmate at the juvenile detention center of Casal del Marmo, Rome.
Brazil is planning to build its first aircraft carrier to replace an ageing French-built one as part of a steady upgrade to its armed forces, Defence Minister Celso Amorim said.
With the World Cup in June and July and a presidential election in October, many Brazilians aren't thinking beyond 2014.
Brazil's lower house of Congress approved on Tuesday the creation of a special committee to monitor any probes in the Netherlands of allegations that a Dutch company paid bribes to officials at state-run oil company Petrobras By a vote of 267-28, the 513-seat lower house decided to create the committee despite opposition from President Dilma ... (more)
Football's world governing body, Fifa, has announced that there will be no speeches at the opening ceremony of the World Cup in June.
A court has ordered the operators of two new hydroelectric dams in western Brazil to redo their environmental impact studies on the suspicion they have caused extensive flooding in the area.
Lindt has over 200 retail stores across the globe and is present in 500 airports across the globe.
Rio police will boost their presence in a violent slum controlled by drug gangs as authorities crack down on crime in the final countdown to the World Cup.
Unilever Brasil led sales in the Brazil ice cream market in 2012, with a value share of 34%.