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Demographically speaking, the rich caste at the glitzy Itaquerao stadium that day strongly aligned with Ms. Rousseff's political foes, so their vociferous vaiada was not entirely unexpected. Still, the sight of thousands of Brazilians pissing on
The World Cup in Brazil The half-time verdict Expectations were low. From the print edition THE winners of the football World Cup will not be known until July 13th...Draws, especially of the goalless variety, have been mercifully rare (see chart).
Brazil's Dilma Rousseff endorsed to run for re-election Ms Rousseff, the daughter of a Bulgarian immigrant, has been in power since January 2011 Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has been officially endorsed by the governing Workers Party to run for
Brazil's Dilma Rousseff shrugs off World Cup abuse Ms Rousseff is running for re-election in October Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has said that she will not be intimidated by "verbal aggression" shouted by crowds during the World Cup. On
Canada's inflation is picking up, largely because of higher gasoline prices. Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail Multimedia Energy The CEO stiffened visibly at the question. Petrobras is not, it is not, a local grocery store, Maria das Gracas Silva Foster
June, when millions of Brazilians took to the streets to vent anger at ineffectual politicians, President Dilma Rousseff's approval rating never dipped below 45%and then rebounded. And even though more Brazilians tell pollsters they want change
Brazil poor get welfare rise and tax cuts from Rousseff Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff will stand for re-election in October Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff has announced a 10% increase in social security payments as well as tax cuts for the
Campos-Silva ticket confirmed in Brazil 2014 election Opposition politicians Eduardo Campos and Marina Silva will run together in October A former Brazilian state governor, Eduardo Campos, has confirmed he will run in October's presidential election
South America, Brazil inevitably catches the eye of outsiders looking for a country to take the lead in resolving the region's conflictssuch as the one raging in the streets of Venezuela. Yet leader is not a role that Dilma Rousseff, Brazil's
Brazil`s President Dilma Rousseff has publicly condemned two recent incidents in which figures from Brazilian football were racially abused. In a sequence of messages on her twitter account, Ms Rousseff said that Brazilian football had been "stained"