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First Brazil-Iran tourist airline operational
The first Brazil-Iran tourist airline has successfully completed its trip to Iran.
Iran FM urges trade balance with Brazil
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif called for bolstering economic relations between Iran and Brazil in an effort to achieve balance in bilateral trade.
Zarif: Iran, Brazil have ample opportunities to broaden economic ties
Iran’s foreign minister highlighted the opportunities available for Tehran and Brasilia to broaden their bilateral economic relations, saying Iran supplied the South American country’s energy demands in the past and can now work with it in the oil and gas industry.
Zarif: US thinking up excuses to intervene in Syria
US Administration is apparently looking for excuses to intervene in Syria, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told reporters upon arrival in Brazil on Tuesday.
Official: Iran promotes exporting medical equipment to Brazil
A senior health official announced that exporting medical equipment in the current Iranian year (started March 21, 2018) is to be promoted 10 times.
Brazil’s Lula spends first day of 12-year prison sentence
Leftist icon Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva spent Sunday as Brazil's first ex-president to be imprisoned for a common crime – and his cell was in the headquarters of the giant anti-graft probe that brought him down.
Lula begins prison sentence in Brazil after giving himself up to police
Brazil’s former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has handed himself in to police after spending two nights at the metalworkers’ union headquarters in São Paulo in defiance of an arrest warrant.
Brazil's Lula defies prison order, creating standoff
Brazil's former President Luiz InacioLula da Silva defied a judge's order to turn himself in to police on Friday and start serving a 12-year prison sentence for bribery that would likely end his hopes of regaining the presidency.
Brazil: Sao Paulo teachers step up strike against tax hikes
Thousands of teachers and civil servants protested in front of Sao Paulo's city hall on Tuesday, as their strike against a controversial social security reform project continue.
World water conference starts in Brazil after UN warning
Brazilian President Michel Temer has opened an international conference on world water supplies in Brasilia, saying there is "no time to lose" to avoid disaster.
World water problems on tap at Brazil conference
Brazil — the country with the world’s greatest fresh water reserves — hosts an international conference on growing fears over the fragility of drinking water supplies in a heating planet.
Brazil riot police fire tear gas at protesting teachers
Brazilian riot police have fired tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse public school teachers protesting against proposed changes to their pension plans.
Tite: Brazil will not take Neymar risks
Neymar's health will not be put at risk in the name of Brazil pursuing World Cup glory, according to head coach Tite.
Brazil to vaccinate entire population against yellow fever
The Brazilian minister of health, Ricardo Barros, proposed to vaccinate the entire country against yellow fever, after the disease emerged in new areas.
Brazil's Temer announces new ministry to combat violence
Brazilian President Michel Temer announced the creation of Public Security Ministry after giving the military full control over security in crime-plagued Rio de Janeiro.

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