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“We use art to make our demands. We use art to do our activism."
Brazil celebrates 200 years of independence from Portugal
Millions of Brazilians took to the streets to celebrate 200 years of independence from Portugal. And as the military tanks rolled onto the streets, President Jair Bolsonaro asked his followers to 'make a stand'.
German diplomat charged with murdering Belgian husband in Brazil
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Lula vows to restore ties with EU if elected Brazil's next president
Presidential hopeful, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, vows to restore ties with EU if he is elected in October.
Corruption allegations as Bolsonaro and Lula clash in election debate
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Heart of Brazil's first emperor returns home after almost 200 years
After almost two hundred years abroad, the heart of Brazil’s first emperor Dom Pedro is crossing the Atlantic to celebrate the bicentenary of its independence.
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Watch: Brazilian police find stash of stolen paintings worth millions
Video shows Brazilian police finding more than 10 stolen paintings underneath a bed of an alleged trickster. But how did the group of con artists steal the paintings?
Conjoined twins aged 3 separated with help of virtual reality
Twins Bernado and Arthur Lima, 3, can now look at each other in the face for the first time after a "man-on-Mars" surgery using virtual reality.
Good News: A robotic exoskeleton helps wheelchair users walk and more
Good news for the wheelchair-bound, for crops in places with extreme heat and for you. #GoodNews
Van Gogh exhibition in 8K opens in Rio
Brazil's Rio de Janeiro hosts a new 8K-resolution version of "Van Gogh Live.
French artist honours victims of Brumadinho disaster in giant artwork
Contemporary French artist Saype created a giant piece of 'land art' on a football field as a tribute to the victims of the 2019 dam failure in Brumadinho, Brazil.
French artist paints giant 'land art' in Brazil'
French artist paints giant 'land art' as tribute to victims of Brazil's dam burst.
Brazilian President Bolsonaro rally kicks off election campaign
Right-wing Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro kicks off his election campaign in Rio with a plea to the left to join his side
Heavy rains exacerbate trash problem in Brazil's Manaus
After heavy rains and record river flooding, creeks and rivers in the Amazon capital Manaus have been covered by a carpet of trash, affecting entire communities.
Ballet school in Rio favela risks closure due to lack of funds
410 students between the ages of 6 and 29 take free dance classes in Manguinhos, a favela in the north of the Brazilian city, while another 700 are on the waiting list.
In Manaus, a carpet of rubbish covers the Amazon River’s tributaries
Set in the heart of the Amazon rainforest, the Brazillian city of Manaus has a massive rubbish problem.
Clowns back at Brazilian hospital after COVID-19
A group of clowns resumed in-person performances at a Rio de Janeiro hospital on Wednesday after they were suspended for two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thousands return to march in São Paulo's LGBT pride after COVID hiatus
Several hundred thousand people march in São Paulo's traditional LGBTQ+ pride march under the slogan 'Vote with pride, for a politics that represents us,' in reference to the presidential elections in October.
Brazil's Soapbox Cart Championship kicks off
Competitors travel at speeds of more than 100km/h in the Brazilian Soapbox Cart Championship in Brumadinho, Minas Gerais state. The carts are made of wood or iron and the course is 3km of steep descents.
No comment videos of the week
This week, European leaders meet with Zelenskyy in the Kyiv, people strip off to go to the beach near Gaza or fight for their rights on bikes in London, and what if coping with climate change means turning to snack insects? No agenda, no slant. Get the picture without the commentary.
Men riding horses take part in traditional festival Cavalhada in Brazil
Men riding horses take part in Cavalhada, a traditional festival held in Mateus Leme city, southeastern of Minas Gerais state.
Amazon groups offered mediation in supermarket deforestation row
It is the first time a French supermarket chain has been taken to court over deforestation and the loss of land and livelihood.
Marilyn Monroe drag queens call on presidents to act on climate change
Drag queens dressed as Marilyn Monroe performed Thursday in Los Angeles on the sidelines of the Summit of the Americas to fight climate change.
Dom Phillips: Why is the Amazon rainforest dangerous for journalists?
British journalist Dom Phillips has been missing in the Amazon rainforest with his guide since Sunday - but there’s more to the story than you might think.
Rio genital-shaped waffle house ordered to cover explicit sign and not to sell to minors
Rio de Janeiro’s waffle house La Putaria, in the famed neighbourhood of Ipanema.