"Dear President Lula...", this is how it starts the more than 30 thousand letters sent to the ex-mandatory of Brazil during his confinement. Now they will be screened.
Petra Costa's "The Edge of Democracy" explores Dilma Rousseff's challenge and the country's democratic destiny.
For the last three weeks, The Amazon has been on fire. These are five things you need to know about what is happening in Brazil.
Pursuing higher education in the U.S. is a difficult path for many. Immigrant students, in particular, have to overcome a multitude of obstacles to get a diploma.
Chinese immigrants have been coming to Latin America for hundreds of years. Their impact is seen through the region’s biggest Lunar New Year celebrations.
The decree will expire in 120 days unless it is ratified by the Brazilian Congress.
Around 200 countries met over the past two weeks to reach an agreement on climate change. Amid handshakes and disagreements, the session came to an end last Saturday without major achievements.
Alrededor de 200 países se reunieron durante las últimas dos semanas para llegar a un acuerdo en cuanto al cambio climático. Entre apretones de mano y desencuentros, la sesión llegó a su final el pasado sábado sin mayores logros.
Many fear an escalation of violence as well as legal concerns after controversial comments made by the president-elect.
The statement made by the president-elect came after a G20 meeting regarding the Paris Agreement.
These two brands have a sustainable approach to fashion as well as all stages of production.
Brazil's President-elect's intentions have been met with concern from many Arab countries.
A country tired of violence and corruption has chosen a radical solution for all its problems. Brazil now risks going back 30 years in history.
Un país cansado de la violencia y la corrupción, ha escogido una solución radical para todos sus problemas. Brasil corre el riesgo ahora de volver 30 atrás en la historia.
The new president-elect celebrated his win over Fernando Haddad on Oct. 28th, promising to change Brazil's destiny.
A new despotism, racism, homophobia, and a war against political correctness are all part of the presidential campaign of Jair Messias Bolsonaro, a former military officer who has garnered the necessary votes to reach the final stretch of the presidential elections in Brazil. The parallels with the U.S. president are such that the international community can’t help but draw a cause-and-effect relationship.
El despotismo, la guerra contra la corrección política, el racismo y la homofobia son parte de la campaña presidencial de Jair Messias Bolsonaro, un ex militar que se ha hecho con los votos para llegar a la recta final de las presidenciales en Brasil. Los paralelismos con el presidente estadounidense son tales, que la comunidad internacional no puede sino dibujar una relación causa-efecto.
On September 2, the world lost the National Museum of Brazil, which housed more than 20 million artifacts.
A single mother of two, Rebeca Mendes, 31, has become the public face of the fight to decriminalize abortion in Brazil.
Roraima, one of the poorest states of Brazil, has received nearly 50,000 Venezuelans which has significantly elevated demands on regional public services.
Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, a center-left former lathe operator and union leader, governed Brazil from 2003 to 2011 and left office with sky-high approval ratings.
Recanto Machado Plantation, an enormous coffee producer in southeastern Brazil, has set the standard for specialty coffees and is an example of the growing presence of women in agriculture.
Twenty-five years ago, 43 children and teens who regularly spent the night on the steps of the Candelaria church became the victims of an attack by police.
The 2016 infant mortality rate in Brazil was 14 percent as compared to 13.3 percent in 2015.
His next project will be launched in New York this week, as an "open-air museum" centered on immigrants and refugees.