Brazil news

Brazil: Man begs to be arrested [04/08/2011]

A 48-year-old man in the city of Botucatu in Sao Paulo state called emergency services early Monday morning and begged them to come arrest him, according to a report in the newspaper O Globo. O Globo quotes the call, where Lauro Borges Pereira says he’s “desperate to get arrested.&rdq ...

China to welcome Brazil's newly elected president [04/08/2011]

China has now replaced the US as Brazil's number one trading partner. It wants Brazil's commodities, and it wants a lot of them.

Now China is set to welcome Brazil's newly elected president Dilma Rousseff.

Paulo Cabral reports from Rio de Janeiro.

  • Brazil: Man begs to be arrested [04/08/2011]
  • China to welcome Brazil's newly elected president [04/08/2011]
  • Obama praises Brazil democracy in Rio speech [04/08/2011]
  • Americans eye opportunities in Brazil's booming economy [04/08/2011]
  • Gunman shoots dead at least 10 kids at Rio elementary school [04/07/2011]
  • Group asks Brazil to halt Amazon dam [04/06/2011]
  • Brazil's science boom [04/06/2011]
  • New leader named for Brazil Mining giant [04/05/2011]
  • Brazil – did they really say that? [04/04/2011]
  • Brazilian banks sued for funding deforestation [04/04/2011]
  • Al Qaeda in Brazil? [04/04/2011]
  • Testifying from US for Brazil air crash trial [03/31/2011]
  • Census records show Scot 'started football in Brazil' [03/27/2011]
  • Brazil: Video shows police shooting teen at point blank range [03/25/2011]
  • Brazil ex-banker Henrique Meirelles heads Rio Olympics [03/15/2011]
  • First film footage of remote Amazon rainforest tribe [02/03/2011]
  • Angry Birds RIO to tie in with 20th Century Fox film [01/31/2011]
  • Amazon road set to give Brazil and Peru new trade route [01/28/2011]
  • Brazil floods: 'Never seen anything like it' [01/14/2011]
  • Brazil Finance Minister Mantega warns of trade war [01/10/2011]