Brazil’s economy has emerged from its worst recession on record.
The fastest growth rate in nearly four years was announced by the national
The army was deployed after a government ministry was set alight in the worst anti-government violence in Brasilia for four years.
Indigenous people and police have clashed near Brasilia’s congressional building, during a protest over land disputes.
Thousands of people have taken to the streets across Brazil to protest against pension reforms.
Brazil's worst-ever recession has unexpectedly deepened; GDP dropped by 3.6 percent in 2016; almost as bad as 2015's 3.8 percent slump.
Brazilian Senators approved a constitutional amendment to limit public spending for 20 years, prompting demonstrations in numerous states.
The Olympic torch may have arrived in Rio, but it does not seem to have ignited much joy in Brazil.
Brazil's economy shrank for the fifth straight quarter between January and March. Agriculture, industry and services all declined amid a political crisis and sweeping bribery scandal.
Brazil's interim president Michel Temerm promises economic as well political calm, but he faces a massive challenge, and Warren Buffett's surprise technology investment choices.
Brazil’s newly installed Cabinet is getting to work, in the wake of Dilma Rousseff’s suspension. The economy is a priority for incoming interim
He’s the man of the moment in Brazil, but relatively unknown on the international stage. Michel Temer has taken the reins as president, for an as-yet
The spectre of depression hangs over Brazil after its economy contracted by 3.8 percent last year as businesses invested less and laid off more than 1.5 million workers.
In exactly six months, the summer Olympic Games will open in Rio de Janeiro. Even though some 500 millions de dollars have been axed to balance the
Purchase of 'Cancel For Any Reason' polices for trips to Zika-impacted areas has surged according to US insurance company RoamRight.
Brazil’s worst recession in 25 years has deepened. The economy shrank 1.7 percent in the third quarter – half a percent more than analysts had
Brazil’s beleaguered President has been dealt another major blow. The country’s federal court has rejected Dilma Rousseff’s government’s latest
The clattering of pots and pans echoed through Brazil’s towns and cities on Thursday night to coincide with a televised message by President Dilma
Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff has begun her second term in office. As she took the oath, Rousseff promised to rein in government spending to lift
With the World Cup underway, Brazil has become the destination of thousands of people from around the world. They may have come to support their