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The man who could save Brazil is in jail

Despite a plea from the UN, the country’s court ruled that Lula da Silva can’t run in the presidential elections

Brazil sends troops after clashes at Venezuela border

Tens of thousands of Venezuelans have crossed the border into Brazil over the past three years as they seek to escape the crisis in their country

Brazil, weary of corruption, faces bleak poll

Blighted by a series of political scandals, the country’s hard-won democracy is on the skids

Brazilian president: We are back on track

The economic recession in Brazil has been reversed and the Brazilian economy has grown for the last two consecutive quarters.

First Brazilian president to face corruption charges is expected to walk free

Brazil's most unpopular president in decades Michel Temer is charged with serious crimes but he is expected to avoid standing trial.

Berlin Biennale curator Gabi Ngcobo gets organised

Gabi Ngcobo’s speciality is to contribute to global discussions about how best to curate art.

​New President Temer’s 2018 plans rattle Brazil’s fragile coalition politics

His tenure is based on taking unpopular decisions and clearing the way for wannabe presidents.

New fraud mars Temer’s deficit win

Brazil's leader has called the budget approval a 'beautiful victory' for planned austerity measures

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