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Supermodel Gisele Bundchen makes teary last catwalk turn
Supermodel Gisele Bundchen makes teary last catwalk turn

There were tears, hugs, and a standing ovation as supermodel Gisele Bundchen strode the catwalk one last time on her home turf in Brazil.

Supermodel Gisele Bundchen makes teary last catwalk turn
Brazilian top model Gisele Bundchen. ©REUTERS
Gisele's farewell at Sao Paulo's summer shows

ao Paulo Fashion Week was off and running focused on the summer 2016 season and this week's planned last turn on the catwalk for Gisele Bundchenю

Gisele's farewell at Sao Paulo's summer shows
Brazilians march against Rousseff government
Brazilians march against Rousseff government

Hundreds of thousands of Brazilians took to the streets, venting anger over government corruption and economic drift a month after larger protests gathered.

Brazilians march against Rousseff government
Olympics: 500 days and counting, Rio races to be ready
Olympics: 500 days and counting, Rio races to be ready

In Tuesday marking 500 days to go before it stages South America's first ever Olympic Games, Rio is straining at the leash to be ready.

Olympics: 500 days and counting, Rio races to be ready
Brazilian top model Gisele Bundchen. ©REUTERS
Gisele Bundchen set to quit catwalk?

An announcement concerning the catwalk career of Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen is set to be made amid feverish speculation she is planning to bow out.

Gisele Bundchen set to quit catwalk?
Brazil's Rousseff pledges talks after mass protests
Brazil's Rousseff pledges talks after mass protests

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff pledged to hold talks with her growing number of critics and said her embattled government needed to show humility.

Brazil's Rousseff pledges talks after mass protests
Anti-Rousseff protests draw 1.5 million across Brazil
Anti-Rousseff protests draw 1.5 million across Brazil

About 1.5 million protesters hit the streets across Brazil in a major show of anger against leftist President Dilma Rousseff.

Anti-Rousseff protests draw 1.5 million across Brazil
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Moody's downgrades ratings for scandal-hit Petrobras

International ratings agency Moody's said it had downgraded all ratings for scandal-plagued Brazilian oil giant Petrobras.

Moody's downgrades ratings for scandal-hit Petrobras
Brazil's Rousseff refuses Indonesian envoy credentials
Brazil's Rousseff refuses Indonesian envoy credentials

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff refused to accept the credentials of the Indonesian ambassador to demonstrate her anger at last month's execution.

Brazil's Rousseff refuses Indonesian envoy credentials
Birzhan Zhakypov vs Patrick Lourenco. Photo © AIBA Pro Boxing 2015
Birzhan Zhakypov wins APB Inaugural Title Match in Hong Kong: AIBE Pro Boxing Continues

Kazakhstani boxer Birzhan Zhakypov has won a Brazilian fighter Patrick Lourenco at the AIBA Pro Boxing (APG)

Birzhan Zhakypov wins APB Inaugural Title Match in Hong Kong: AIBE Pro Boxing Continues
Party time! Carnival opens in Rio
Party time! Carnival opens in Rio

Brazil opened five days of non-stop partying Friday as Rio de Janeiro's Carnival officially opened.

Party time! Carnival opens in Rio
Can Brazil president survive growing Petrobras scandal?
Can Brazil president survive growing Petrobras scandal?

Mounting allegations that her party received hundreds of millions of dollars in a kickbacks scandal engulfing oil giant Petrobras have sent Brazilian President's poll ratings tumbling.

Can Brazil president survive growing Petrobras scandal?
Bendine, the head of state-controlled Banco do Brasil, will be the new chief executive of scandal-hit oil giant Petrobras. ©REUTERS
Petrobras confirms Bendine as new CEO

Brazilian oil giant Petrobras confirmed that banking executive Aldemir Bendine has been named its new chief executive.

Petrobras confirms Bendine as new CEO
Berik Abdrakhmanov  vs Hurshid Tojibaev in Astana, Kazakhstan. Photo ©AIBA Pro Boxing 2015
First ticket to Rio Olympics for Kazakhstan: Berik Abdrakhmanov wins AIBA Pro Boxing in lightweight division

Kazakhstani boxer Berik Abdrakhmanov won the AIBA Pro Boxing (APB) Inaugural Title, an ultimate ticket to the Rio Olympics, in a fight against Uzbek boxer Hurshid Tojibaev in Astana, Kazakhstan.

First ticket to Rio Olympics for Kazakhstan: Berik Abdrakhmanov wins AIBA Pro Boxing in lightweight division
Brazil's Rousseff backs austerity and ending corruption
Brazil's Rousseff backs austerity and ending corruption

Brazil's leftist President Dilma Rousseff stressed the need for lower spending to balance the books and urged an end to corruption.

Brazil's Rousseff backs austerity and ending corruption
Galatasaray emblem. Photo courtesy of peskomment.ru
Galatasaray wants to open football academy in Kazakhstan

Vice President of the Football Federation of Kazakhstan said that Galatasaray, a famous Turkish football club, wanted to open its academies in Kazakhstan.

Galatasaray wants to open football academy in Kazakhstan
Protesters, police clash at Sao Paulo bus fare demo
Protesters, police clash at Sao Paulo bus fare demo

Sao Paulo protesters clashed with police who used tear gas and sound bombs to disperse crowds.

Protesters, police clash at Sao Paulo bus fare demo
Mongolian judoka Galbadrakh Otgontsetseg. Photo courtesy of sensatsimedee.mn
Foreign athletes to compete for Kazakhstan, local boxers fight at AIBA Pro Boxing for ticket to Olympics

Foreign athletes will be competing for Kazakhstan at the Rio Olympics in 2016.

Foreign athletes to compete for Kazakhstan, local boxers fight at AIBA Pro Boxing for ticket to Olympics
Brazil army concerned over gay hate crime bill: report
Brazil army concerned over gay hate crime bill: report

Brazil's military has voiced concern over a bill that would penalize homophobia and discrimination against gays.

Brazil army concerned over gay hate crime bill: report
Brazilians detained in protests over bus fare hikes
Brazilians detained in protests over bus fare hikes

Tensions were high in Sao Paulo after police resorted to tear gas and detained some 50 protesters.

Brazilians detained in protests over bus fare hikes

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