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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.
Corruption-plagued Brazil gets new chief prosecutor
A new chief prosecutor took over Monday in Brazil to oversee an avalanche of corruption investigations, including against President Michel Temer, and promised that no one would be "above the law."
Brazil president faces racketeering, obstruction of justice charges
Brazilian President Michel Temer has been accused of racketeering and obstruction of justice, adding two more charges to the previous ones.
Brazil's GDP up by 0.2 percent in second quarter
Brazil's gross domestic product rose 0.2 percent in the second quarter of 2017 compared with the first quarter, the country's statistics agency IBGE said.
Brazil's Temer in China amid push for economic growth
Brazilian President Michel Temer has arrived in China ahead of next week's summit of the BRICS countries to review economic ties.
7 passengers die in Brazil boat wreck
At least seven people were killed when a river boat carrying 70 passengers sank overnight in northern Brazil, the local government said.
(video) Brazilian Army, police swoop on Rio suburb
Police backed by heavily armed troops swooped on one of Rio de Janeiro's main suburbs Wednesday in the latest large-scale crackdown against crime in the increasingly violent city, authorities said.
Brazilian troops launch anti-crime operations in Rio slums
Heavily armed Brazilian army troops and police launched a pre-dawn crackdown Saturday on gangs operating out of slums across Rio de Janeiro, following a steep rise in crime.
Brazil needs to improve business environment  to attract Chinese companies
Brazil needs to improve its business environment and have a more open structure to attract more Chinese investors, an expert panel concluded.

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