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Brazil: TPO - At least 14 people killed, 32 injured in bus accident in Sao Lourenco da Serra, Sao Paulo state, Brazil yesterday, 22/12. The accident occurred at 2 hours 30 am (local time), the city of Sao Paulo is about 50 km.
Spain's royal palace says Crown Prince Felipe has canceled a two-day trip to Brazil after a technical hitch on the plane he was due to fly on. The palace said the prince was to have flown out to Sao Paulo early Monday but there was a problem with a
We write about engagement in public service & social entrepreneurship...The wide range of civic activities carried out by Ashoka Fellows from around the world makes clear that this is far from true. Further evidence comes in the work of a remarkable
These protests are the by far the most important in the past 20 years in Latin America's largest country. In the early 90s, the movement Caras Pintadas consisted basically of young protesters with painted faces calling for the impeachment of former
The Birmingham News A Brazil soccer fan watches the final Confederations Cup soccer match between Brazil and Spain on a screen in downtown Sao Paulo, Brazil. (Brazil won 3-0). Brittany Howard from the band Alabama Shakes perform at the Hard Rock
Analysis & Opinion Brazil's Finance Minister Guido Mantega speaks during news conference in Brasilia May 29, 2013. Brazil will raise taxes or cut public spending to compensate for any future subsidies it offers to support struggling sectors, Finance
Hundreds of thousands of evangelical Christians, who are enjoying growing political sway in Brazil, flooded the streets of Sao Paulo Saturday. Police estimated the crowd at 800,000 although organizers said two million people turned up. The 21st
Four held over Bolivian boy's death Violence has been rising in Sao Paulo, Brazil's largest city Police in Brazil say they have detained four men in connection with the murder of a five-year-old Bolivian boy in the city of Sao Paulo.
Bolivian couple before dawn in the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo killed their only child "because he wouldn't stop crying", police officials say. The mother identified the boy as five-year-old Bryan Yanarico Capcha and told police that six armed men
Brazil (AP) On paper, the Cavalcantes are a Brazilian success story, a solidly middle class Rio de Janeiro family with a car, a four-bedroom, four-bath house and a full schedule of extra-curriculars for the kids. But like millions of others who have