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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.
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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.
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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.
50 couples get married in mass wedding ceremony in Brazil
The Public Defender's Office of the state of Minas Gerais fulfills the dream of 50 couples in its fifth edition of community wedding in Belo Horizonte, in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. The initiative is aimed at low-income couples, who cannot afford the cost of a private wedding.
Brazilians claim world's biggest-ever barbecue
The Parauapebas City Hall, located in Pará state in northern Brazil, organise what they claim as the "biggest barbecue in the world" to celebrate the city's 34th anniversary.
From the favelas to the Olympics: the Brazilian breakdancer determined to make her country proud
"I don't think of anything when I dance, nothing. It's a moment when I turn off my mind and stop thinking about absolutely everything, problems, everything".
Watch: Rio Carnival parade makes an emotional return in Brazil
Locals were delighted to welcome carnival floats back to Rio de Janeiro and São Paolo.
Rio's carnival samba school defends memory of indigenous tribe
Rio's samba school Unidos da Tijuca dedicates its show to the Amazonian tribe Saterre Mawe, to represent the "resistance of the indigenous people who have historically been massacred" in Brazil and to draw attention to "environmental conservation".
Rio de Janiero's colourful carnival returns after pandemic hiatus
Rio de Janiero's Carnival is back for the first time since the pandemic. Brazil's top samba schools took part in the dazzling parade at the Sambadrome.
Rio's carnival fights against racism
Rio de Janeiro's carnival, a glittering, sequin-studded festival of the flesh, exploded back to life Friday with the first famed samba school parades since Covid-19 hit Brazil.
Brazil holds first carnival since Covid
Rio de Janeiro holds the first carnival since Covid-19 hit Brazil.
Brazil: Thousands of indigenous people demonstrate for their land rights
Thousands of indigenous people are demonstrating in Brasilia to oppose mining and oil exploration in their reserves.
Greta Thunberg gets invite onto floating home made from rubbish
Brazilian artist Luiz Fernando Barreto built his floating house on Pavuna River in Rio de Janeiro to bring awareness to the pollution of its waters.