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Latest Brazil Items
A truck loaded with trash climbs a mountain of garbage, scattering a hoard of vultures. As it spills out its load, men and women reach into the stream for tin cans, plastic bottles, paper _ anything they might sell _ as the vultures swoop back in, fighting for scraps of food.
Pele has expressed concern over delays in the preparations for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, saying they could cause an embarrassment for the country.
Brazil's Catholic bishops are blasting the country's enormously popular reality TV shows, saying they have a "low moral level."
Instead of looking for the next Maradona, Major League Baseball is seeking the next Manny.
Ronaldo says he is retiring from soccer because he can't stay fit anymore, ending a stellar 18-year career in which he thrived with Brazil and some of Europe's top clubs.
A tearful Ronaldo said goodbye to soccer, having finally met an opponent he couldn't overcome.
While much attention has been focused on China and India, other quickly emerging nations are establishing themselves as powers to contend with in their parts of the world.
A new and ominous rain began falling again Friday in mountain towns where mudslides and flooding killed at least 509 people, hindering rescuers' efforts to reach survivors even as relatives hauled the dead down the hills to freshly dug graves.
Landless activists have invaded three farms and several government buildings in Brazil and vow more seizures to pressure Brazil's new president into speeding redistribution of land.