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Brazilian artist’s mural billed world’s biggest

Many painters struggle to get their work viewed but Brazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra won’t have a problem — his most recent work is billed as the biggest in the world.

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Brazilian state honors Alfred Frederick's contributions to education

Distinguished Service Professor Alfred Frederick of SUNY Oswego last month earned the title of Citizen of the State of Piauí, an award bestowed by the northeastern Brazilian state's Legislative Assembly for his more than 25 years working to improve education in the state of Piauí and elsewhere in

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“Everyone sings really badly here,” says Bob Shevlin. “But it doesn’t matter – it’s an expression of soul.”

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Brazil and Other Bright Spots in Latin America

The election of Donald Trump as president of the United States has caused Mexico some concern about its relationship with its neighbor to the north, particularly in the area of trade.

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As melhores universidades do mundo em cada área; veja ranking

A consultoria Quacquarelli Symonds divulgou um estudo que avalia e classifica as melhores universidades do mundo em cada área de conhecimento. Chamado de QS World University Ranking by Subject, o ranking conta com 46 disciplinas.

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‘The river is life’ - a photographer among the Arawete in Brazil

Alice Kohler is a Brazilian photographer who has visited over 20 countries during her career.

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EU and Brazilian researchers: Amazon River older than previously thought

The Amazon River contributes a fifth of the total fresh water supply to the global oceans and has the largest drainage basin of all rivers around the world.

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Bollywood In Brazil: When Indians Took To The Carnival In Sao Paulo

The Brazilian Carnival is a time of celebration - of dancing, music and colourful costumes, when the entire country is in a mood of revelry. Painted faces and festive costumes dominate the scene before the Christian fasting period of Lent begins.

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Brazil's Carnival 2017: A week-long celebration of parades and street parties

Revelers all over Brazil are geared up for parades, balls and street parties during Carnival week celebrations.

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Brazilian saxophone player Leo Gandelman to play in KL

The name Leo Gandelman may not ring a bell for local jazz lovers but the Brazilian saxophone player is worshipped in his homeland.

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