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Brazil power cut leaves nine states in the dark A major power cut in Brazil has left nine states in the dark for nearly three hours. All the state capitals in the north-east of the country were hit by the blackout, including four cities that will be
4 June 2013 0 shares 0 View comments Smuggler: Russian guards show a cat which they caught on a clandestine mission at the Komi prison Prison inmates been known to bribe guards so they can smuggle in mobile phones...Guards patrolling a prison colony
has started up a new air separation plant in the state of Alagoas, in Brazil´s northeast region. As part of the long-term contract, Praxair will supply nitrogen and oxygen to Braskem, the largest petrochemical company in the Americas and the world´s
FoxNews.com Add cats to the methods that prisoners use to try to smuggle items into their cells. A black and white feline was captured by officers on New Year's Eve at the Alagoas Jail in Arapiraca, Brazil, after it was found trying to smuggle items
The weirdest incident of the weekend is definitely about what occurred in the small town of Alagoas, Brazil. Prison guards caught a cat that was attempting to deliver tools to inmates that would help them escape from jail. Meow!
HO/AFP/Getty Images A penitentiary agent holding a cat with a package of tools and a mobile phone tied to its body at Luiz de Oliveira Souza prison located north of Brazil. The cat belonged to the prisoners and was frequently taken by relatives to
NOTE: Here is a link to a video of the cat being searched. There are no doubt many ways to smuggle goods into prisons but in Arapiraca, Brazil an unusual strategy failed. A
Athletics SA (ASA) hoped to fill its vacant chief executive position before the end of January 2013, president James Evans said on Monday. "It will be very difficult for us to get anybody in by the beginning of January but we will try," Evans said. "
Brazil (AP) — A federal court in northeastern Brazil has sentenced a politician to 103 years in prison for killing his running mate so he could take her place in Congress. The court in the state of Alagoas says Thursday that a
Brazil has 14 of world's 50 most violent cities Rio de Janeiro: Of the 50 most violent cities across the world, 14 are in Brazil, a Mexican think-tank said Friday. The word's most violent city is San Pedro Sula in Honduras, with a murder rate of 158.