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"We're here to say no to the time frame argument," Elda Hunikui, an Indigenous leader from the Hunikui people, said.
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Neymar netted twice in Brazil's World Cup qualifying match against Bolivia to set his national side's goal-scoring record at 79.
WATCH: Destroyed buildings after cyclone kills at least 31 in Brazil
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China, South Africa push 'peace plan' for Ukraine at BRICS summit
The bloc of countries consisting of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa want to expand their influence on global economic and political affairs. The ongoing invasion of Ukraine is their first target.
WATCH: Brazil soapbox lovers challenge each other in traditional race
Enthusiasts of gravity racers or soapboxes - motorless vehicles which are raced on a downhill road - face each other in a race in Brazil's Belo Horizonte during the Virada Cultural festival.
Amazon summit agrees roadmap - but without concrete pledges
Speaking to reporters after Wednesday’s meeting, Brazil's President Lula da Silva said developed nations must make good on their pledges to provide monetary support for forest protection.
Lula berates the EU for making 'threats' in talks for Mercosur deal
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This time for women! Brazilian murals painted for Women's World Cup
It is a tradition in the Vila Isabel neighbourhood in Rio de Janeiro, that artists paint a street for the Men’s World Cup. Now, for the first time, it is being covered in shades of yellow, blue, and green for the Women’s World Cup.
World forests continue to shrink despite COP26 pledge, report says
A damning report by the World Resources Institute sheds light on the extent at which planet earth's forests are shrinking through deforestation, logging and wildfires.
S+T+ARTS Prize winners announced in European Commission initiative
Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg and Richard Mosse won the Grand Prize of the European Commission, which honours Innovation in Technology, Industry and Society stimulated by the Arts
Former right-wing president Bolsonaro on trial in Brazil
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Thousands 'hug' the ocean on Brazil beach for World Ocean Day
Thousands of people made a human chain on Brazil's Sao Conrado beach in Rio de Janeiro to "hug" the Atlantic Ocean on World Ocean Day.
WATCH: Indigenous Brazilians march ahead of trial over land future
Indigenous Brazilians marched through Brasilia on Tuesday ahead of a hearing on a proposed law that will limit their land rights.
Portugal pays tribute to Brazilian architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha
This is the year of late architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha at Casa da Arquitectura, in Matosinhos, northern Portugal. Two exhibitions dedicated to the Brazilian Pritzker Architecture Prize winner are now open to the public.
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Jamie McDonald aka Adventureman gained a new Guinness World Record after visiting all Seven Wonders of the World in less than seven days.
Real Madrid files complaint with prosecutor over Vinícius 'hate crime'
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