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Brazilian Activist Exposes Unreported Killings During Pinheirinho Evictions
Independent cameraman and activist Pedro Rios Leao, 26, is on a hunger strike in front of the headquarters of Globo TV Network in Rio de Janeiro.
February 2, 2012
Brazilian Protesters Join Global ‘Occupy’ Movement in Rio
In Rio de Janeiro, the protesters for the most part are targeting corruption, poverty, unemployment, and human rights ...
November 3, 2011
Brazilian President Signs 20 Trade Deals on First Trip to China
On her first offical visit to China, the Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, signed a trade deal with China ...
April 19, 2011
Rio Still Reels From Its Worst Disaster in History
Brazil is still trying to repair the damage from the catastrophic mudslides last month in Rio de Janeiro ...
February 5, 2011
Brazil Mudslide: Surviving the Rains of Rio De Janeiro
Epoch Times reporter in Rio de Janeiro tells of his sister's harrowing survival of Rio's flash-flood and mudslides ...
January 19, 2011
Rio Will Have Brazilian Army Peace Force
Thousands of Brazilian army troops to occupy Rio slums in extensive drugs and weapons search and seizures.
December 4, 2010
The Battle for Rio
Anti-drug war continues, police scour for hundreds of drug traffickers, few were arrested in Rio.
November 29, 2010
Dilma Rousseff: Brazil’s New Leader Hopes to Spend Her Way to Stability
Brazil's president-elect Dilma Rousseff has a swath of economic challenges in front of her.
November 12, 2010
Giant Waves Wash Over Rio’s Coast
Heavy rain storms and deadly landslides have been punishing Rio de Janeiro since April 5.
April 10, 2010
Millions of Acres in the Amazon at Risk Under New Measure
A new measure approved by the Brazilian Senate on June 4 could affect the future of the Amazon.
June 11, 2009
It’s Raining Spiders!
Weird rains like this has been periodically reported from all over the world.
October 12, 2007
Epoch Times Staff
Giant Figures in Peru Desert Pre-date Nazca Lines
A group of about 50 drawings of giant figures recently discovered in the hills of Peru's southern coastal ...
May 24, 2005
Epoch Times Staff
Young People Should Get Involved in Politics, Can’t ‘Wait in Line:’ Rep. Cawthorn
Portland Rioters Smash Windows, Harass Diners
Canada-China Committee Urges Ottawa to Sanction Officials Responsible for Rights Violations in Hong Kong
Dozens of Leading Hong Kong Dissidents Charged With Subversion in Major Crackdown
Restoring Cornerstone Values a Solution to America’s Decline: Ben Carson
‘Gender Identity Doesn’t Erase Physiological Advantages’: Student Athlete
Boston Halts Advanced Learning Program Because Too Many Asian, White Students
Justice Department to Appeal Judge’s Order on Federal Eviction Ban
Mexico Wants to Participate in Restoring Supply Chain for Chips, Critical Goods in North America
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Disengagement With Chinese Regime Will Continue Globally: Mike Pompeo