Brazil’s president cancelled an televised speech on Friday night for fears it would spark demonstrations. Dilma Rousseff was expected to defend her
Facebook has called the arrest of its Latin America vice president over a court order in a drug trafficking case “extreme and disproportionate”.
A firefighter died when a blaze destroyed a large part of Sao Paulo’s nineteenth century railway station on Monday. The building houses a museum
“They came here breaking everything, removing the people from there, thank God I had with my son with me, nothing happened to us, but I don’t know
Brazil has passed groundbreaking legislation aimed at guaranteeing the protection and privacy of internet users. It states that companies
The Brazilian state-run oil firm Petrobras was a target of surveillance by the US National Security Agency – according to whistleblower Edward
Tickets for the 2014 FIFA World Cup went on sale on the internet on Tuesday, with football fans from all over the world able to apply on Fifa’s