One of the key venues for the football World Cup in Brazil this summer may not be ready, it’s been conceded.
Much-needed extra funding may scupper
Two major European firms are among 18 being probed in Brazil over allegations of corruption and price-fixing, it’s emerged.
There have been local reports of a mini helicopter drone dropping 250 grams worth of what is thought to be cocaine onto a Brazilian prison. According
Bright colours, music and a constant party atmosphere. Welcome to Rio, home to Brazil’s best known Carnival. And this year technology will be one of
From the beautifully-bronzed to the tightly-toned, Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro is teeming with good-looking bodies.
But how much of it is
With the football World Cup looming, Brazil is increasingly making international headlines and the slums of Rio de Janero are one of the most talked
FIFA world cup in Brazil
US whistleblower Edward Snowden is willing to help Brazil’s government investigate NSA spying on its soil if the South American state grants him
World champions Spain have been drawn in a World Cup 2014 group with Chile, Australia and Netherlands.
Meanwhile hosts Brazil will play Cameroon
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has called off plans for a state visit to Washington in October because of revelations that the United States
The American journalist who published documents leaked by US intelligence whistleblower Edward Snowden has said he still has tens of thousands of
“After eight years under the leadership of Frenchman Pascal Lamy, the World Trade Organization, created 18 years ago, has its first Director General
João Maria de Souza was killed last Thursday when a cow fell through the roof of his home in Caratinga, southeast Brazil, according to local police
Mentoring is a teaching tool widely used in schools and universities. An increasing number of businesses are also relying on mentorship as a way to
Samba is at the heart of the world famous Rio Carnival. An iconic dance and musical genre imported by African slaves and enriched with local rhythms
It was at London’s Wembley Stadium that the Brazilian national football team lost the Olympic final against Mexico last August. The only trophy in
In this edition of Learning World we look at getting to and from school.
In theory, the school run should be affordable and safe but in poor and
In our first edition of Women and War, we go to Brazil to meet Sonia, Sheyla, and Antonia.
Week by week, we will travel from the capital Brasilia
In Brazil, more than 1,500 people have been killed in a war over the use of the land.
Despite the mountain of murders, there have been scarcely 100
In the heart of London, in front of BNDES, the Brazilian Development Bank, Sheyla Yakarepi Juruna leads a vocal protest.
“We’re here at the
Antonia Melo de Silva is leading a battle against plans to build the world’s third biggest dam in the Amazonian rainforest.
She told euronews
Closing the digital divide has become a major challenge in today’s internet world, especially as modern technology breaks down barriers of age and
The queues outside African and South American consulates in Lisbon are getting longer by the day as more Portuguese are hoping to try their luck
For young people in remote or isolated communities getting an education can be a major challenge. In times past some would simply have missed out on
Social ventures are often at the heart of the world’s most innovative education initiatives, and behind them are often social entrepreneurs driven by
Welcome to Learning World – Euronews’ new programme dedicated to education. Art is of course vital to education opening up a rich world of