China backs expansion of BRICS grouping with 'likeminded partners'
As BRICS countries proposed to hold the next summit in South Africa in August this year, media reports say several countries have evinced interest in joining the grouping of emerging markets.
'Made with a lot of love': Pele's mausoleum in Brazil opens to public
Pele led Brazil to World Cup titles in 1958, 1962 and 1970. He is the only player to win it three times.
Dani Alves in court to testify in sexual assault probe
Alves was detained based on evidence gathered from the initial probe by authorities and testimony from the player, the alleged victim, and witnesses.
US should stop 'encouraging' war in Ukraine, says Brazil's Lula
"The United States needs to stop encouraging war and start talking about peace. The European Union needs to start talking about peace," Lula told reporters in Beijing.
Brazil's Lula visits China, seeking ties and Ukraine support
China and Brazil are expected to sign at least 20 bilateral agreements during Lula's two-day stay, according to the Brazilian government.
England wins 1st women's Finalissima in shootout vs Brazil
The game, which had a tribute to the late Pele at the start, went straight to penalties where Tamires and Brazil captain Rafaelle -- who hit the crossbar -- failed to score for the visitors.
Argentina dethrones Brazil to reclaim top spot in FIFA rankings, France moves to 2nd spot
Not only did Brazil surrender the top spot, but they also saw France move ahead of them to second place...
Brazil man kills 4 children with hatchet at daycare center
The dead were between the ages of 5 and 7, authorities said.
Crowdfunding to aiming for the stars: Cricket Brasil story
The Brazilian captain opens up about the journey of the sport in her country and how far they have come in the last decade
Brazil open door to breaking foreign football coach taboo
After six years in the job, Tite left the Brazil post last month following the Selecao's World Cup quarterfinal exit against Croatia.
Brazil's right-wing movement persists without Bolsonaro
Although Bolsonarismo appears disoriented at the moment, the broader trend will endure.
Brazil's Supreme Court agrees to probe Bolsonaro for riot
Although Bolsonaro posted the video after the riot and deleted it in the morning, prosecutors argued its content was sufficient to justify investigating his conduct beforehand.
'No amnesty!': Brazilian protests demand jail for rioters
The riot in Brasilia was a reminder of the threat to democracy posed by far-right elements that refuse to accept Bolsonaro's electoral defeat.
Brazil's Bolsonaro hospitalized in US after 'abdominal pain'; tweets photo from Florida hospital
The former Brazilian leader was stabbed in the abdomen in an attack that nearly claimed his life during his winning campaign in 2018, and has undergone multiple surgeries since.
Brazil rioters trash priceless artwork in stormed capital buildings
The three vandalized buildings -- the presidential palace known as the Planalto, the Supreme Court and Congress -- are themselves treasures of modern architecture designed by Oscar Niemeyer.
Brazil authorities seek to punish pro-Bolsonaro rioters
Rioters donning the green and yellow of the national flag on Sunday broke windows, toppled furniture, and hurled computers and printers to the ground.
Brazil patrols government buildings retaken from rioting Bolsonaro supporters
Initially overwhelmed security forces used tear gas, stun grenades and water cannons to fight back the rioters until they finally subdued them.
Brazil begins paying final respects to football giant Pele
Wreaths of flowers left by his fans have brought a splash of colour to Vila Belmiro, which houses a bust and a statue of the football great.
Lula returns for third term as Brazil President, Bolsonaro breaks tradition, flies to US
Lula faces numerous urgent challenges for Latin America's biggest economy, which looks little like the commodities-fueled dynamo he led in the 2000s.
Indigenous chief Sônia Guajajara named for key post in Brazil government
She is widely known as the leader of the main umbrella group for Brazil’s many Indigenous tribes and is a member of the Amazon Guajajara.
Vizhinjam seaport protests: Police station attack was with 'ulterior intention', says Kerala CM
'The Kashmir Files' controversy: Apologies if my remarks were interpreted differently, says Nadav Lapid
Will fight again, against what is wrong: Bilkis Bano on remission given to her rapists
Tamil Nadu amended law that allows Jallikattu seeks to prevent cruelty on animals: State tells SC
India dismisses China's concerns on military exercise with US in Uttarakhand
'Bazball' powers England to new first-day record against Pakistan in 1st Test