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Brazil nightclub fire kills more than 200: police

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At least 200 people were killed in a nightclub fire in southern Brazil on Sunday after a band’s pyrotechnics show

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Saudi Arabia bans Brazil beef imports on mad cow doubts

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Saudi Arabia has suspended imports of Brazilian beef, Brazil’s agriculture ministry said on Tuesday, and became the largest country to

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Mikati in Rio calls for shifting to green economy

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Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati who is in Rio de Janeiro for the Rio+20 conference on the environment, called Thursday

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Brazil Slowly Moves Towards Condemning Syria Violence

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Brazil, a rising economic and diplomatic power in the developing, expressed support for efforts by the Arab League to end

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2 buildings collapse in Rio de Janeiro

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Two buildings collapsed in downtown Rio de Janeiro on Wednesday, in the latest incident highlighting the failure of authorities to

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Syria’s activists urge South Africa, Brazil, India to back the UN resolution

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A group of Syrian activists urged South Africa, Brazil, and India, which are current non-permanent UN Security Council members, to

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France appeals to Brazil to support resolution on Syria

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France’s U.N. envoy appealed to skeptical Brazil on Monday to support a European draft resolution that would condemn Syria for

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Libya ‘ready for ceasefire’ after UN no fly zone vote

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Libya is ready for a ceasefire with the rebels battling Muammar Gaddafi, but wants to discuss how it will be

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Death toll from Brazil rains tops 500

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At least 511 people have died as a result of downpours over the last four days in the Serrana region

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Brazil swears in its first female president

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From torture in a dictatorship-era jail cell to the helm of Latin America’s largest nation, it’s been an unlikely political

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