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Brazil seizes containers in fight against illegal logging
Police in Brazil have seized 444 containers in an investigation into illegal logging in the country's vast Amazon, federal authorities said on Thursday, as the nation seeks to cut down on the widespread practice.
Brazil's vehicle production up 25% in 2017
Brazil's vehicle production increased 25.2 percent in 2017 compared with 2016, the first rise after three consecutive falls, the country's motor vehicle producers' association Anfavea said.
Brazil, Iran eye energy-related projects
Tehran and Brasilia are exploring opportunities that would allow Iran to build an oil refinery in Brazil, as well as Brazil's participation in deep-sea oil extraction and manufacturing oil equipment.
‘Pet Man’ fetches Iran Brazilian award
Iranian short ‘Pet Man’ by Marzieh Abrar-Paydar won the Best Animation Short Film award from the 2nd Sao Paulo Times Film Festival.
Iran, Brazil discuss refinery project
Iran’s ambassador to Brazil and Brazil’s minister for mine and energy discussed bilateral cooperation including the refinery project that Iran is planning to construct in Brazil.
Brazil’s Cerrado forests won’t be saved by corporate pledges on deforestation
To the south of the Amazon basin lies a huge savannah known as the Cerrado. Once a mix of grassland and forest, much of the Cerrado has now been transformed into the vast soy farms and cattle ranches that have made Brazil an agricultural superpower. There is also plenty of untouched land – but protecting it requires a new approach to deforestation.
Official: Iran, Brazil to share findings in cognitive sciences
Head of Headquarters for Developing Cognitive Sciences and Technologies of the Vice-Presidency for Science and Technology Kamal Kharrazi hailed Iran and Brazil’s scientific centers and eminent scientists, saying that the two countries will exchange their research findings in the cognitive sciences and technologies.
Brazil's president to begin cabinet reshuffle
Brazil’s President Michel Temer will start a cabinet reshuffle that should be completed in mid-December, his press office said on Monday without providing a reason for the change.
Brazil calls for expanding ties with Iran
A senior Brazilian official said his country is keen to develop relations with Iran.
Millions return to poverty in Brazil
When Leticia Miranda had a job selling newspapers on the streets, she earned about $160 a month, just enough to pay for a tiny apartment she shared with her 8-year-old son in a poor neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro.
Student shoots two dead in Brazilian school (Video)
A young student at a private school in Brazil shot dead two other children and wounded three more, emergency services said Friday, reported.
Iran, Brazil underline broadening of banking cooperation
Iran and Brazil underlined the need to broaden cooperation particularly in the economic and banking sectors.
Top director Berliner among guests honoring Brazil film industry in Iran
Prominent Brazilian director Roberto Berliner will attend the Brazilian Film Week in Iran which is scheduled to begin on October 7 and run through October 13 in Tehran, Shiraz and Isfahan. The event will feature seven Brazilian movies.
Zarif meets with Dutch, Brazilian, Chilean counterparts
On the sidelines of United Nations General Assembly, Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif met with his counterparts from Chile, Brazil, Netherland and Montenegro.
Brazil’s Temer slams rise in nationalism, protectionism
Brazilian President Michel Temer criticized a rise in nationalism around the world and said in a speech to the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday that protectionism was not the solution to economic difficulties faced by countries.

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