LISBON (Reuters) - Angola may ask Portuguese authorities to seize assets belonging to Isabel dos Santos, billionaire daughter of a former Angolan president, who is a suspect in a fraud investigation, attorney
(Reuters) - Brazilian Joao Souza has been banned from tennis for life after being convicted of multiple match-fixing and other corruption offences, the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU) said on Saturday. A investigation
BRASILIA (Reuters) - The main organization representing Brazil’s 300 indigenous tribes said on Friday it would sue far-right President Jair Bolsonaro for racism after he said indigenous people were “evolving”
outlookindia.com - New Delhi, Jan 25 (PTI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Brazilian President Jair Messias Bolsonaro on Saturday held wide-ranging talks with an aim to inject a new momentum into strategic ties between India and Brazil.
(Reuters) - Brazilian investors are pouring a record amount of cash into local equity funds, while foreign investors notched up their sixth straight week of buying, Bank of America Merrill Lynch said Friday.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Coca-Cola Brasil has filed a motion in a Brazilian court to annul the 2017 Heineken (HEIN.AS) acquisition of Brasil Kirin , the Valor Economico newspaper reported on Friday, citing
RIO DE JANEIRO — Reading through the hacked cellphone messages of Brazilian prosecutors and judges, Glenn Greenwald knew he had a blockbuster story. Mr. Greenwald, an American journalist, figured he was
The film’s references to radical pedagogical texts can be read as a subtle rebuke of Brazil’s Bolsonarismo. In The Two Popes, a recent feature film produced by Netflix, Father Jorge Bergoglio is sent the
There are few countries around the world where Brazil’s rightwing president Jair Bolsonaro can be confident of receiving a warm reception. One of them, however, is India, where the Brazilian leader arrives
Welcome to this week's news round-up on the Brazilian innovation and technology ecosystem. Here are some of the main developments seen in Latin America's largest economy during the week ending January,
Indigenous activists have vowed to sue Brazil’s far-right president, Jair Bolsonaro, for racism after his latest bigoted outburst. In one of his weekly Facebook broadcasts on Thursday, Bolsonaro declared: