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With election campaigning entering its critical phase you could be forgiven for thinking that Brasil was in the throes of economic meltdown, with foreign …

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Editor’s Note: With the situation ongoing, new information will be added here regularly. Up to 9m inhabitants of São Paulo, Brasil have their water …

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When, in one of its first foreign policy positions, the Brazilian government – charged, together with the US, with concluding the negotiations for the …

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This week the São Paulo Bienal Pavilion opens its doors to another edition of one of the largest art exhibitions in the country, and …

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A collaboration between nomadic underground event Voodoohop & a who’s who of SP counterculture, with a little help from the Secretaria Municipal de Cultura …

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Partido do Movimento Democrático Brasileiro (PMDB formerly MDB) is Brasil’s largest political party, who control Congress & Senate and are currently in coalition with Dilma …

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A Brazilian proverb states, “Those who leave will take longing on their journeys.” However, translating saudade with “longing” doesn’t do the term justice. Olaf …

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by Euan Marshall Palmeiras’ 1-0 win against Coritiba on Saturday evening was less than convincing, but was enough to temporarily lift the traditional São …

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by Mauricio Savarese That can surely be different in government if she wins — a scenario that is less and less unlikely. But so …