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BRAZIL

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SOCCER
Jul 4, 2023
Neymar fined $3.3 million for building lake at mansion
Authorities cordoned off the site and ordered all activity to cease, but Brazilian media reported that the PSG star threw a party there and bathed in the lake.
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SOCCER / Women's World Cup
Jul 4, 2023
Brazil's Marta says sixth Women's World Cup will be her last
The 37-year-old made her World Cup debut in 2003 and is Brazil's all-time leading scorer with 117 goals.
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WORLD / Politics / ANALYSIS
Jul 2, 2023
Why Jair Bolsonaro was barred in Brazil but Trump can run in the U.S.
In both the United States and Brazil, former presidents made baseless claims of fraud, and their supporters stormed government buildings.
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WORLD / Politics
Jul 1, 2023
Bolsonaro to be banned from public office in Brazil for eight years
The widely-anticipated ban is the first of several legal rulings that could go against the former leader in the coming months.
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WORLD
Jun 30, 2023
With plenty of clean energy, Brazil aims for green hydrogen export market
The South American country is poised to take advantage of the moment as global demand for green hydrogen is on the verge of major growth.
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BUSINESS
Jun 23, 2023
Fast-fashion giant Shein plans new Mexico warehouse in Latin America push
The Singapore-based retailer that was founded in China is also expanding its manufacturing network in Brazil.
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BUSINESS
Jun 18, 2023
Japan's Nidec to enter flying vehicle motor business
The motor maker will set up a joint venture in the U.S. with Brazil's Embraer to make electric flying vehicle components.
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BUSINESS
Jun 4, 2023
The Japanese firms and megabanks funding rainforest destruction
Comprehensive datasets reveal thousands of investments and loans made by Japan’s top lenders and investment funds that are impacting rainforests around the world.
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WORLD
Jun 2, 2023
BRICS ministers put on show of strength as Putin arrest warrant looms large
The ICC accused Putin in March of the war crime of forcibly deporting children from Russian-occupied territory in Ukraine.
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SOCCER
May 23, 2023
Spanish soccer admits racism problem after Vinicius incident
Brazil's government on Monday summoned the Spanish ambassador to explain the incident.
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WORLD
May 22, 2023
G7 struggles to win over nations courted by China and Russia
Tangible progress was hard to see for the Group of Seven wealthy nations, even though some Western officials said the bloc was heading in the right direction compared with years past.
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COMMENTARY / World
May 11, 2023
The populist authoritarian hangover and democracies
After authoritarian governments are toppled, the hard work of institutional reconstruction begins.
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WORLD / Politics
May 4, 2023
Bolsonaro denies wrongdoing after police raid in COVID probe
Police said in a statement that they are investigating allegations that false data was entered into public health systems and vaccination cards were changed.
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ASIA PACIFIC / Politics
Apr 15, 2023
In Beijing, Brazil’s leader endorses China’s stance on Ukraine
In a joint statement, the countries' leaders avoided the words 'invasion” or 'war” and offered few specifics about how to bring Russia or Ukraine to the table after more than a year of war.
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WORLD
Apr 14, 2023
In Brazil, 'bioeconomy' initiatives offer hope of a less destructive future
Amazon forest has an economic value four times higher than if turned into cattle pasture, if benefits such as its contribution to rainfall, clean air and a stable climate are considered.
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SOCCER
Mar 27, 2023
Morocco coach Walid Regragui basks in glow of upset victory over Brazil
The Atlas Lions became the first Arab team to defeat the five-time world champion.
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SUMO
Mar 19, 2023
Female sumo wrestlers slap down prejudices in Brazil
The president of the Brazilian Sumo Confederation says women are behind the sport's growth in the country.
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SOCCER
Mar 15, 2023
Brazil soccer players say they fell victim to crypto scam
Nottingham Forest midfielder Gustavo Scarpa and two of his former teammates at Palmeiras all claim to have lost huge sums to a crypto firm called Xland, which promised large monthly returns.
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BUSINESS
Mar 4, 2023
Japanese pharmaceutical firm Takeda lowers price of dengue shot in Brazil and Indonesia
The cost for Qdenga in Indonesia will be about one-third its European price, far lower than many other innovative vaccines, Takeda CEO Christophe Weber said in an interview.
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SOCCER
Feb 23, 2023
U.S. wins SheBelieves Cup finale to build momentum for Women's World Cup
The United States got a boost of confidence as it beat Brazil 2-1 to clinch its fourth consecutive SheBelieves Cup title on Wednesday in Frisco, Texas, less than 150 days before the World Cup.

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