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While media coverage of Brazil's urban protests, continues to focus on Molotov cocktails and smashed windows, the fight against police violence, repression and institutional racism continues. The ending scenes of Bertolucci's 2003 film "The dreamers",
Professor of Physics and Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research at Durham University Professor of Geography at Durham University Senior Research Fellow in Anthropology at Durham University The UK Council for Science and Technology recently called on prime
Lawmakers in Rio de Janeiro, where plastic surgery is all the rage, have approved draft legislation banning cosmetic surgery for dogs and cats, Brazilian media said Wednesday. Lawmakers in Rio de Janeiro, where plastic surgery is all the rage, have
So why on Earth would one of its correspondents ask Which Place Is More Sexist, The Middle East Or Latin America? On NPR's "Parallels" blog, Lourdes Garcia-Navarro suggested Brazil is just as oppressive for women as Egypt or Iraq, in a different way.
Rio prepares to prevent a World Cup of Terror' What we anticipated might happen in Sochi, in the end did not. Following bomb attacks in the Russian city of Volgograd a couple of months prior to the Winter Olympic Games, several governments issued
The soccer tournament is one of the most anticipated international events of all time, but Brazil might be having second thoughts about its sponsorship...Drying out The glitz and the glamour of the World Cup create a logistical nightmare -- and the
The Role Of Women In Brazil And that's the thing about Brazil it has a female president and women are well represented in the work force. This isn't Saudi Arabia where women cannot drive or Afghanistan under the Taliban where women could not study.
41 am Wednesday, March 12th, 2014 Cristiano Ronaldo dribbles past head coach Paulo Bento, center, during a training session of Portugal's soccer team Tuesday, March 4 2014 near Obidos, north of Lisbon. Portugal will play Cameroon Wednesday as part of
39 There was little sign of any repeat of the at times violent anti-corruption and anti-World Cup protests [AFP] Revellers in Rio have joined a whirl of festivities as carnival fever took hold, the world's biggest street party putting firmly aside
Brazil show they are good in attack and defence ahead of the World Cup... and that's just the police! EST, 27 February 2014 0 View comments With the World Cup in Brazil just months away, riot police in Rio de Janeiro have made a show of strength to