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Topic - Dilma Rousseff
Top officials of the 2016 Rio Olympics and the chief of staff for Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff met for two hours Tuesday and repeated assurances that, despite well-publicized delays, test events and the games themselves will meet proposed deadlines.
The directors of Brazil's state-run oil company Petrobras gathered Friday for a special board meeting amid a scandal over the company's 2006 purchase of a Texas oil refinery that threatens to involve President Dilma Rousseff.
A sports tribunal has ordered a club in southern Brazil to play five matches away from its stadium because its fans racially abused a referee during a match.
Pope Francis has confronted temptation of an unusual sort.
President Dilma Rousseff says Brazil's armed forces could be called on to contain possible violent protests during the upcoming World Cup.
Brazil's armed forces could be called on to contain possible violent protests during the upcoming World Cup, President Dilma Rousseff said Wednesday.
IOC President Thomas Bach wrapped up a two-day trip to Brazil on Wednesday, reminding organizers there is "no day to lose" in preparing for Rio de Janeiro's Olympics in 2016.
IOC President Thomas Bach met Tuesday with Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff and said he feels "very confident" in the preparations for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach will meet in two weeks with Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff and organizers of Rio's 2016 Olympics to remind them there is no time to waste as they prepare for South America's first games.
The eyes of soccer focused nervously Friday on the draw to determine where, when and, most important, who the 32 teams will play at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
President Obama got a rude welcome to the 68th U.N. General Assembly gathering Tuesday before he even opened his mouth when the president of Brazil harshly criticized the United States for widespread spying.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has postponed a state visit to Washington next month after reports based on leaked National Security Agency documents showed that her communications with top aides had been intercepted.
In an unprecedented snub to President Obama, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has canceled her official state visit to the White House scheduled for next month, angered by revelations of U.S. spying on her and on major Brazilian state institutions.
The president of Brazil said Friday that President Obama has taken responsibility for the U.S. spying on her, and that Mr. Obama has promised to provide a written explanation to the Brazilian government for the surveillance by next week.
In the latest sign of worldwide anger over U.S. spying, the president of Brazil on Thursday canceled a trip to Washington by a team of aides who were to prepare the way for her official state visit to the White House next month.
She said that restriction might be circumvented by asking for special loan guarantees, media reported.
Brazilian President Dilma Roussef said in a newspaper interview published Wednesday that she is looking at how to help Portugal.