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Brazil’s Presidential Race Upended By a Dark Horse

The campaign has only just begun but Marina Silva, who was handed the Brazilian Socialist Party's nomination after her running mate died in a plane crash, is now...

Football Comes Home

Brazilians are ambivalent about hosting the world cup, but, as these superfans show, their passion for the sport is undimmed

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Pictures of the Week: Aug. 29 – Sept. 5

From the eruption of the Bardarbunga volcano and the first day of school around the world, to a debutante ball in Rio de Janeiro and a giant hippo in London’s...

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Reinventing Rio de Janeiro

With the World Cup and the Olympics bearing down on Rio within the next three years, officials here are struggling to reinvent this onetime third-world city with a first-world...