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Far-right populist Jair Bolsonaro wins Brazil presidential election

Brazil presidential candidate fires off insults, praises dictators

Brazil’s presidential election will go to a runoff, but far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro easily wins first round

A deeply divided Brazil goes to the polls Sunday, with Trump-like front-runner stirring passions

Hundreds of thousands of women across Brazil march against far-right presidential candidate

In Brazil’s election, Lula’s out, his surrogate lags in polls, and a right-wing rival is rising since being stabbed

A chronicle of loss at Brazil’s National Museum, much of which was destroyed by fire

Brazilian lawmakers seek to deregulate pesticide use and ban sale of organic produce in major supermarkets

It’s been a deadly season for environmental activists and land defenders in Brazil

Health emergency declared in northern Brazil after measles outbreak

Brazil’s judges duel over whether to release former President Lula from prison

For this transgender men’s team in Brazil, soccer is a path toward self-acceptance (also in Spanish)

They squatted in a government building in Brazil for years. Then they lost everything (also in Spanish)

Brazilian president sends in troops to remove blockages as truck strike paralyzes nation

Escaping Venezuela: They pour into Brazil by the thousands looking for work (also in Spanish)

Brazil’s Lula turns himself in to police, ending dramatic standoff

Tensions escalate in Brazil as Lula refuses to surrender to begin his prison term

Turmoil grows in Brazil as ex-President Lula is ordered to surrender and begin prison sentence

Lula da Silva faces prison after Brazil’s top court rules against him in marathon session

Another week in Rio begins with gunfire and death; army to begin patrolling the city

In Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro, one trauma center has become known as the war hospital

Outspoken Rio councilwoman who fought for the marginalized is shot to death; thousands mourn

As yellow fever spreads toward big cities, Brazil struggles to vaccinate millions (also in Spanish)

Brazil called up the military to control violence in Rio de Janeiro. Since then, it’s only gotten worse

In Brazil, where violent deaths of LGBTQ people are on the rise, a shelter opens for youth (also in Spanish)

Women in Brazil launch ‘No Means No’ anti-harassment campaign during Carnival

Brazil has seen a wave of inmate riots. The latest one left 10 people dead.

Despite his corruption conviction, Brazil’s Lula says he’s running for president again. Can he really?

The long, strange political career of Brazil’s Lula: Once soaring in the polls, he’s now headed to prison

At the busiest airport in South America, a cat-and-mouse game to catch cocaine smugglers (also in Spanish)

State of emergency declared in northern Brazilian state as police strike leads to violent crime spike

In a rare court challenge to its abortion ban, Brazil grapples with its own version of Roe vs. Wade

Protesters against inequality occupied vacant land in Brazil. Now they’re a mini-city of 8,000 families

At São Paulo’s police academy, cadets prepare for an unpopular job

L.A. family disappears after pirate raid in Amazon rainforest, then re-emerges on a surfboard (also in Spanish)

Brazilian youths share their take on the volatile political situation in their country

The bodies keep piling up in Brazil’s Rio Grande do Norte, one of the most deadly places in the world

Thousands protest ruling to overturn ban on ‘conversion therapy’ for gays and lesbians in Brazil

Brazil’s top prosecutor files criminal charges against two ex-presidents

A recording accidentally attached to an email is the latest twist in the world’s biggest corruption scandal

Months after a prison massacre in Brazil, families are still searching for answers — and bodies (also in Spanish)

Brazilian president survives impeachment vote as debating lawmakers throw punches

A 42-foot, 660-pound balloon is a symbol of Brazil’s problems

Brazil’s Senate votes to end unemployment insurance, extend work hours

Former Brazilian President Lula da Silva convicted of corruption, remains free during appeal

Corruption charge increases pressure on Brazil’s president

Former Rio de Janeiro governor sentenced to 14 years in prison for corruption and money laundering

Brazilian authorities move to force drug addicts out of a neighborhood known as Crackland

Desperation is driving an indigenous tribe in Venezuela to make the trek into Brazil

Court rules that Brazilian president can keep his job

Flooding in Brazil leaves tens of thousands homeless, at least seven dead

Bloodshed, fires and chaos as thousands march in Brazil to demand president’s ouster

Soggy protesters demand impeachment of Brazil’s president: ‘We have to fight for better’

Heavily armed gang storms security company in Paraguay and runs off with millions of dollars

An anti-immigration rally in Brazil turns violent

In Brazil, protesters clash with police as a general strike empties schools and brings business to a halt

Brazil’s corruption scandal nabs more politicians, including 8 Cabinet members, and Brazilians cheer

Gunmen on motorcycles in Brazil’s largest city kill nine in less than an hour

From hosting ‘The Apprentice’ to running largest city in the Western Hemisphere

Brazil goes a little less wild for this year’s Carnival

Brazilian Supreme Court justice, who oversaw corruption case, is killed in plane crash

126 inmates still at large in Brazil after a prison riot that left 56 dead

For families of the missing, São Paulo morgues hold few answers

In face of protests, Brazil’s Rousseff offers anti-corruption measures

Hundreds of thousands march against government in Brazil

Reporting

Trump wants to punish China on trade, but his latest tariffs strike Asian allies instead

‘Women are the backbone of this country’: Thousands across the nation skip work, wear red and rally

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After a prison riot threatened their partners’ lives, these two Brazilian women relied on each other for support (Reporting for this story was funded by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.)

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OPINION: An indigenous woman and a trans woman will hold office in Brazil for the first time amid a conservative wave

OPINION: Brazil condemns violence against a candidate, but Marielle Franco’s killers remain free

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Running while black

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Brazilian presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro has inspired massive women’s protests, just like Donald Trump

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Protests, anger a month after Brazil activist slain

Still popular, Brazil’s Lula starts serving jail sentence

Brazil’s da Silva first president jailed, but others accused

4 killed, 149 arrested in police operation in Rio

AP Explains: Brazil elections if ex-Prez da Silva is jailed

Brazil’s AG: Court should reject Lula’s effort to avoid jail

Protesters in Brazil commemorate shooting of 13-year-old

Nine deaths reported after rival gangs battle in Brazilian prison

Brazil: Nearly half of women report being sexually harassed

Reporting

Once wildly popular, Brazil’s da Silva is jailed for graft

Angry supporters of Brazil’s da Silva block exit of union

Brazil’s Lula will turn himself in to police

Brazil’s Lula creates standoff with defiance of prison order

Brazil’s ex-President ‘Lula’ defies court, hunkers down

FIFA waits to find out ‘scale of damage’ at venue

Thousands of workers on strike in Brazil

Brazil protesters keep up pressure on government

Protesters back in streets of Brazilian cities

Brazil government to perform crash tests after AP report

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Brazilian NGO helps refugees get back on career ladder (também em português)

Nigeria wins second Refugees World Cup title in Brazil

The Syrians starting over in Brazil

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Craft beer thrives in a Rio de Janeiro favela

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Brazil’s MC Soffia is a 13-year-old rapper who makes rhymes to empower black girls

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Brazil’s protests, on and off the wall [photos]

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Amid scandals, senior judge in Brazil suspends ex-president’s cabinet nomination

Protests across Brazil raise pressure on President Dilma Rousseff

Pickup soccer in Brazil has an allure all its own

In Brazil, streets of dancing cars and swagger

A laboratory for revitalizing Catholicism

After fire, some Brazilians fault a nation’s sense of fatalism

A brief but frantic struggle for victims of fire in Brazil

Frenzied scene as toll tops 200 in Brazil blaze

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For Syrian refugee, finding a new home through perfume

Perspective: An epidemic of sexual assault on São Paulo public transit

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How the impeachment of Brazil’s president moved from crazy to possible

Zika-linked microcephaly costs are stressing an already strapped Brazil

In Brazil, reelected President Rousseff’s uphill economic battle has just begun

Brazil’s elections put the nation’s economic woes on full display

After World Cup, Brazil’s refugees host their own games

In Brazil, tent cities rise to protest World Cup construction

Brazil launches massive English language crash course for World Cup

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Protesters take to streets in Brazil

A button in Brazil may change a culture

Brazil turns to Catholic Church to quash crack epidemic

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Severe year-long drought in São Paulo threatens water supply for eight million

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Better the Dilma you know…

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In-depth: The Amazon

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These hunter-gatherer tribes have mad video skills

Features

I’ll give you an artist for an engineer: entrepreneurial bartering — A feature about Brazilian stop-motion animation studio Animaking, part of the New Pioneers series.

Q&As

The Brazil B-school connection — An interview with Alfred Jaeger, Associate Professor of Organizational Behaviour at McGill University, on what it means for Canada that the country sent 30 university presidents to Brazil on an “international education mission.”

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Brazil ballot: Scores of foreigners run for office in local elections — Some 1,450 non-natives are in a race for city council posts, including mayor, in South America’s growing nation of immigrants.

Brazil transport: Mind the gap (PHOTOS) — Brazil’s overloaded infrastructure desperately needs an upgrade. Will the fixes come in time for the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Olympics?

Brazil’s anti-poverty plan threatened by global slump — The country struggles to make the most of its recent economic boom.

Brazil gets tough on foreign companies — The move has irked foreign investors — will they stay and pay, or take off?

Você fala inglês, Brasil? — Brazil learns to speak English: Along with the World Cup and the Olympics, English is coming to the Portuguese nation.

A story about Brazilian tribute bands, called Waxing Brazilian, appeared in the March 2011 issue of the magazine.

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Most stories appeared in the print magazine only.

A couple of pieces published online are an art preview about Marlon Wobst and a dance feature about Teatro Alfa.

 

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Designer Profile: Ronaldo Fraga — Introducing Brazil’s top talent.

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São Paulo Fashion Week blogs:

Top 10 Trends at São Paulo Fashion Week — Winter 2011

Day Six: Closing the Week with Cavalera

Day Six: Hats, Part Deux

Day Five: Fur Frenzy

Day Five: Leather and Lace, All Tied Up in a Neat Bow

Day Four: Hats (and Masks) Off to You!

Day Four: You’ve Got Male

Day Three: Cozying Up to Colcci

Day Three: Tip-Top Tailoring and a Comfy Old Sweater

Day Two: Backstage and on the runway with Amapô

Day Two: In Living Colour

Day One: Triton Takes Paris (Hilton)

Day One: A Winter Wonderland

 

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