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Brazilian Elections: First Challenge of Governor Eduardo Campos is to Show He is a Better Bet Than Marina Silva

  On its official Facebook page, Governor of the State of Pernambuco and virtual presidential candidate of Brazilian Socialist Party, Eduardo Campos, states that “if we want to save the next 20 years of Brazilian life we must have the … Continue reading

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Could Judge Joaquim Barbosa Run for President Against Dilma Rousseff Next October?

Photo: Fillipe Sampaio/STF Since his name first appeared as a possible alternative for the presidency, nine years ago, the Chief of Federal Court of Justice, Joaquim Barbosa, reacts in a negative way to calls for his candidacy, stating he has … Continue reading

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Brics: “Challenge is to Overcome Social and Economic Difficulties to Reach the Level of Advanced Countries”, says Dilma

After stating that the so-called BRIC (Brazil, Russia, china, India and South Africa) should not be affected by the economic crisis afflicting Europe, the president of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, said today that the biggest bloc’s challenge is to overcome its … Continue reading

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Chávez to Endorse Brazil in UN Security Council’s Seat

Renata Giraldi, from Agencia Brasil President Dilma Rousseff and the president of the Venezuela, Hugo Chávez, should sign a joint notice in the near Tuesday (10), in Brasilia. The document should contain the appeal for the reform of the Security … Continue reading

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After Adressing Iran, Dilma Rousseff Will Also Mention Human Rights on China Trip

Renata Giraldi  Agência Brasil Brasília – President Dilma Rousseff will visit Brazil’s newest biggest trade partner, China, from April 11 to 15. She will ask for formal support for United Nations reform and a permanent seat on the Security Council … Continue reading

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Dilma Rousseff Sets a Trip to China in April

President Dilma Rousseff is going to do a journey of three days to China in the next month, with the objective of extend the penetration of Brazilian companies in the most populous country of the world. The journey, that happens … Continue reading

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US Ambassador Remarks the Need of Improving Women’s Conditions

The US ambassador-at large for Global Women’s Issues, Melanne Verveer affirmed that she is identified with the words of the Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff, that improving the conditions of the women,means to improve the conditions of the whole society. “There … Continue reading

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Obama May Bring 1,000 People During His Visit to Brazil

Over 1,000 American citizens asked Brazilian visa for accompany the visit of the President Barack Obama to the country, in March, 19 and 20. The group include 150 journalists, that are going to follow Obama in his meeting with the … Continue reading

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Brazil to Create Watering Office

Brazil is going to water 250 thousand hectares of land in the near four years.  The task would be performed by private companies under the orientation of the future National Office of Watering.  The Brazilian Government is going to increase … Continue reading

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Brazilian Minister denies President Dilma’s preference for Boeing

The Brazilian Minister of the Defense, Nelson Jobim, denied today, 14, in Buenos Aires that president Dilma Rousseff has signalled her preference by the supersonic aircrafts F-18, of the company Boeing, of the United States to equip the Brazilian Air … Continue reading

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