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17 Jun 2016
Brazil's interim president Michel Temer lost the third cabinet member of his month-old administration to a corruption scandal when his tourism minister resigned Thursday after being accused of taking bribes.
16 Jun 2016
Brazil's interim president Michel Temer was involved in a massive corruption scandal shaking the country's political establishment and asked for dirty cash diverted from state oil company Petrobras, a key witness said.
16 Jun 2016
Corinthians boss Tite was named as the new coach of Brazil on Wednesday, succeeding Dunga, who was sacked after the team's humiliating exit from the Copa America, his club revealed.
15 Jun 2016
Brazil sacked national coach Dunga on Tuesday after their humiliating group-stage elimination from the Copa America Centenario. The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) said in a statement it decided to fire Dunga and "dissolve the Brazilian national team's coaching staff" following their latest debacle. The news came after CBF officials met with Carlos Caetano Bledorn, alias…
15 Jun 2016
Brazil's suspended president Dilma Rousseff said Tuesday she is negotiating a political deal to escape impeachment and wants new elections to decide whether she can finish her term.
13 Jun 2016
The Copa America Centenario erupted into controversy on Sunday after a refereeing blunder sent Brazil crashing to a 1-0 defeat against Peru -- and out of the tournament.
11 Jun 2016
President Dilma Rousseff, suspended from office pending her impeachment trial, has been called as a defense witness for a key figure in the Petrobras corruption scandal ...
11 Jun 2016
“It is in movies, in video games, in fashion and in music” stated a 2014 Al Jazeera report of rape culture, before defining it as “normalisation of sexual violence against women.”
9 Jun 2016
Philippe Coutinho struck a spectacular hat-trick and Renato Augusto scored twice as Brazil crushed Haiti 7-1 in their Copa America Centenario Group B match at the Citrus Bowl on Wednesday.
8 Jun 2016
Justin Gatlin said he hoped to be a part of the fastest ever 100 metres sprint at this year’s Olympics after winning an exhibition event in Rio de Janeiro.
5 Jun 2016
Brazil were saved by a controversial disallowed goal as they squandered several chances in a 0-0 draw with Ecuador in their Copa America Group B opener on Saturday.
3 Jun 2016
Brazil's acting president Michel Temer has only been in the job for half a month. But it doesn't feel like that.

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