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Japan forward Aoba Fujino competes against the United States during the SheBelieves Cup in Nashville, Tennessee in February 2023.
SOCCER
Jan 20, 2024
Japan, Brazil and Canada to feature in SheBelieves Cup in U.S.
The U.S. will face Japan and Brazil will take on Canada at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in the semifinal games in Atlanta on April 6.
Scallops from Hokkaido are served at an event in Sao Paulo on Sunday to promote Japanese seafood.
BUSINESS
Jan 15, 2024
Japan promotes fishery products at event in Brazil
The move is meant to cut reliance on the Chinese market after Beijing banned seafood imports from Japan last year.
Devotees of Afro-Brazilian religions carry offerings to the sea as part of an annual rite in Rio de Janeiro on Dec. 29, 2023.
WORLD / Society
Jan 2, 2024
How to start the new year? Keep the sea goddess happy.
Followers of Afro-Brazilian religions have been displaced by New Year’s revelers. But they still find ways to make their offerings to the ocean.
Fumio Kishida
JAPAN / Politics
Dec 31, 2023
Kishida mulls dropping Latin America trip amid fund scandal
Kishida was expected to make his first visit to Latin America as prime minister in January.
A statue depicting Brazilian football legend Pele, designed by Brazilian artist Luis Costa, at Rei Pele pier in Brazil's Sao Paulo state. Friday will mark the first anniversary of the former player's death.
SOCCER
Dec 26, 2023
Pele 'would have been sad' at state of Brazil team, says son
"This crisis didn't appear overnight, there are big and complex problems," said Edinho, 53, who is one of Pele's seven children.
A Brazilian of Japanese descent teaches Japanese to foreign nationals in July 2020 at the Homi housing complex in Toyota, Aichi Prefecture, which is home to many foreign nationals, mainly of Brazilian heritage.
JAPAN
Dec 22, 2023
Some foreign fourth generation descendants of Japanese to be given long-term residency
The Immigration Services Agency will revise the residency status system to allow such people to effectively stay in Japan indefinitely.
Roger Goodell, commissioner of the National Football League, at a meeting in Atlanta on Tuesday.
MORE SPORTS / Football
Dec 14, 2023
NFL expands overseas games and books Brazil contest in 2024
NFL team owners voted Wednesday to stage a 2024 regular-season game in Brazil and approved an increase in the number of international contests from four to eight starting in 2025.
Hikaru Naomoto moves with the ball during Nadeshiko's Japan's 2-0 win over Brazil in a friendly in Sao Paulo on Sunday.
SOCCER
Dec 4, 2023
Nadeshiko Japan win 2-0 away to Brazil in women's friendly
Quick-fire first-half goals from Moeka Minami and Mina Tanaka steered Japan to a 2-0 win over Brazil in a women's soccer international friendly on Sunday, ending a two-game trip to the country with a win and a loss against the South Americans.
Nadeshiko Japan players greet the crowd after losing 4-3 to Brazil in a friendly match in Sao Paulo on Thursday.
SOCCER
Dec 1, 2023
Japan suffers late 4-3 defeat to Brazil in women's friendly
Two defensive mistakes cost Japan dearly in the second half.
People in New York watch drones creating a 3D display outside the United Nations Headquarters calling attention to the Amazon rainforest and climate change.
ENVIRONMENT / Energy
Nov 29, 2023
Amazon rainforest destruction slows sharply year to date, report says
Destruction across the Amazon rainforest so far this year has slowed dramatically, down 55.8% from the same period a year ago.
Analysts say that the election of brash Argentine upstart Javier Milei shows that an anti-incumbent trend over the past decade is becoming a fixture.
WORLD / Politics
Nov 24, 2023
Fed-up voters put Latin American leaders on thin ice
From Chile to Peru, Colombia and Ecuador, voters have simply opted to boot out the government of the day in favor of someone new.
A Nissan auto dealership in the Botafogo neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The firm hopes to more than double its market share in Brazil, to 7% from the current 3.4% in 2026.
BUSINESS / Companies
Nov 8, 2023
Nissan to invest $575 million in Brazil as it aims to double share
Nissan hopes to more than double its market share in Brazil, to 7% from the current 3.4% in 2026.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino (right) after the Copa Libertadores final in Rio de Janeiro on Saturday.
SOCCER / Women's World cup
Nov 5, 2023
Brazil submits letter of intent to host 2027 Women's World Cup
Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands submitted a joint expression of interest in April, while the other joint bid includes the United States and Mexico.
Red Bull's Max Verstappen in action during qualifying on Friday ahead of the Brazilian Grand Prix.
MORE SPORTS / Auto Racing
Nov 4, 2023
Max Verstappen on pole after 'insane' Brazil qualifying
Ferrari's Charles Leclerc joined Verstappen on the front row as qualifying was cut short by inclement weather.
Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton has finished the last two races second on track, although he was disqualified from the U.S. Grand Prix in Austin when the car failed post-race checks, and has looked increasingly comfortable in the car.
MORE SPORTS
Nov 2, 2023
Hamilton wants to win in Brazil but has sights on future glory
The 38-year-old great has not triumphed since 2021 but he remained optimistic about the future.
Neymar moves with the ball during a World Cup qualifier against Uruguay in Montevideo on Tuesday.
SOCCER
Oct 19, 2023
Neymar to have surgery after tearing ACL and meniscus
The Brazilian star is expected to miss several months after rupturing the ACL in his left knee.
Aiko Taniguchi (front row, center) visits Colonia Pinhal, a settlement in Sao Paulo, for the first time in 11 years and participates in a ceremony marking the 60th anniversary of its opening, in August.
JAPAN / History
Oct 19, 2023
Brazil's 'Fukui Village' celebrates its 60th anniversary
Fourteen people in three families from Fukui Prefecture first settled in Colonia Pinhal the 1960s.
Soy farming has seldom been synonymous with sustainability, but more farmers in Brazil are working to regenerate depleted land instead of expanding the agricultural frontier.
ENVIRONMENT / Sustainability
Oct 5, 2023
Can Brazil's farmers grow more soy without deforestation?
Deforestation is fueling climate change impacts including harsher heat, drought and floods.
An aerial view of part of the 95,000-hectare Rio Preto-Jacunda State Nature Reserve, in Rondonia State, Brazil, after it was burned down, on Sept. 6.
ENVIRONMENT / Sustainability
Sep 25, 2023
Arson turns Amazon reforestation project to ashes
A project that replanted trees in an illegally deforested nature reserve in Brazil was allegedly torched by land-grabbers.
Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva speaks during the launch of the "Energy Transition: Fuel for the Future" project at the Planalto Palace in Brasilia on Sept. 14. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Brazil's Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva are scheduled to meet on Wednesday in New York.
WORLD / Politics
Sep 19, 2023
Conflicted ideas hinder Brazil's drive to revive 'soft power'
Dependence on China trade, off-the-cuff remarks about Russia and an outdated position on human rights derailing efforts

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