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Water levels in Sao Paulo state hit record lows
The Belo Monte Dam will displace up to 40,000 indigenous people from over 40 different ethnic groups
Still just a fraction of the total population displaced by the war, up to 3,000 Syrian refugees have resettled in Brazil
Along with rebuilding the economy, Rousseff must tackle a graft scandal at the state-owned Petrobras oil company
Providence, Rhode Island invested in Petrobras; city's lawsuit is among others claiming company misstated bond values
Growing number of Brazilian athletes going into sport taken by British expats to South America
Brazil rights groups try to free Rafael Braga Vieira, locked up for carrying household cleaners
Chile’s minister of foreign relations calls the Obama and Castro speeches the beginning of the end of the Cold War
Low turnout in soccer season left bitter taste for those affected by construction, questions as to how to pay for upkeep
Truth commissionâ probing abuses during 1964-85 military regime presents 2,000-page report to President Rousseff
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