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Sao Paulo, Brazil - Thousands of indigenous Brazilians from across the country have rallied in the capital, Brasilia, to call authorities to protect their land rights. Organisers of the annual "Free Land Camp" in Brasilia said more than 3,000 people reached the city this week to denounce what advocacy groups ...
“It's definitely much more acceptable,” says Olga Katsnelson, manager at Dyanna Spa, which offers Brazilians for men ranging from $65 to $80. “It's part of the norm for men. You're going on vacation, so you go get waxed and get your nails done,” she says, explaining that these services—Bro-zillian and ...

While the brewery business in the United States has grown exponentially and is possibly approaching saturation, Brazil's craft beer industry is taking off with a little help from Helena. A group of brewers and suppliers from Brazil were visiting Blackfoot River Brewing Company on Friday for a day to share ...
According to a poll conducted by the Datafolha institute, the improvement in terms of expectations that Brazilians have regarding their own financial situations did not translate into a more optimistic take on the country's economic growth. The poll revealed that 46% of those interviewed believe their financial ...
According to a survey conducted by the Datafolha Institute, a majority of Brazilians supports the imprisonment of defendants who are found guilty following second instance rulings. The survey demonstrated that 57% of Brazilians consider it fair game for defendants who are found guilty by second instance ...

Thousands of Brazilians demonstrated in favour of prison for former president and election front runner Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva on the eve of a Supreme Court ruling on Wednesday on whether he should start serving a 12-year sentence for corruption. Up to 20,000 people turned out after work in the ...
On Thursday, the supreme court rejected the former president's plea to avoid prison while he appeals a corruption conviction, in a move that likely ends his political career and deepens divisions in Brazil. But many poorer Brazilians argue that if Lula was involved in any graft, it was less than other politicians ...

Fortunately for Brazil, the political situation has not deteriorated to the same extent. Brazilians shifted back to market-based democracy when they learned the hard way (through the 2016 economic and budgetary crashes that led to Rousseff's impeachment) that the government could not maintain profligate ...
In January 2018 alone, Brazilians spent $2 billion on trips abroad - 26.7% higher than in the same period of last year. High-spending Brazilians love to travel to celebrate - as of February 22, they had already spent US $1.1 billion on trips to other countries. In May 2018, the world's leading event organiser ...
Residents I met were gripped with fear about the harm the pesticides might be doing and about retaliation if they speak out. People asked me not to publish the community's name – they said the farmer who owned the surrounding plantation had threatened a community member for organizing a petition to ...
Even before then, Congress may debate legislation to overturn the “disarmament statute”, a law that effectively bans civilian gun ownership, except in rare circumstances. The proposal would allow Brazilians with clean criminal records who pass psychological and firearm exams to buy up to six weapons.
More than a thousand people marched from a shanty town to downtown in Rio de Janeiro Sunday to protest the apparent assassination of black lawmaker and human rights activist Marielle Franco. March organizers used megaphones to shout that her "voice will not be silenced," as the protest made its way ...
"Marielle was an outspoken and courageous advocate for victims of police abuse and a tireless defender of the rights of women and Afro-Brazilians," said Maria Laura Canineu, Brazil director at Human Rights Watch. She said Franco and her driver "are the latest victims of a security system that has long ...
SAO PAULO (AP) — Hundreds of indigenous Brazilians set up camp in the nation's capital Monday at the start of a week of speeches, protests and celebrations as they lobby the government to protect their rights. Many indigenous groups say President Michel Temer's government hasn't done enough to ...
On Tuesday two giants of international football collide as five-time world champions meet four-time champs Germany in Berlin. And that's not all that pairs these two footballing powerhouses. Over the past two decades, as Europe became the epicentre of world football, numerous Brazilians have left their ...


 

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