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Sepp Blatter: Brazil protesters shouldn't 'use football'
For the last decade, Brazil has been an emerging super power, building in infrastructure and opportunities for nearly 40 million impoverished citizens to work their way into the middle class. But a shift ... Brazil Credit Downgrade Likely Next Year
Brazil is coming dangerously close to losing its coveted investment grade status next year, six years after moving into the triple-BBB club of emerging nations. 9-cent hike leads to clashes in Brazil
After a chorus of cries for social justice echoed through the streets of Brazil for days, protesters called for a time out Wednesday. Despite the anticipated lull in street marches, the government will beef up security with the deployment of elite police officers and firefighters. Optimism fading, Brazil protests put leaders on alert
By Paulo Prada RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - When more than 200,000 protesters took to the streets across Brazil on Monday night, they demanded a dizzying array of improvements - from halting the fast rise of prices to cleaning up government corruption. If one message stood out, it was that Brazilians are no longer willing to accept the rosy outlook that politicians in Latin America's biggest ... Brazil government braces for more social unrest
Thousands of Brazilians threatened fresh protests Tuesday over the huge costs of preparations for the World Cup, after the biggest demos 20 years shook Dilma Rousseff's government. Brazil sends top cops against 'Tropical Spring' demos
Brazil deployed special federal police Wednesday to protect Confederations Cup venues, as mass "Tropical Spring" protests against government spending for the 2014 World Cup turn violent. Few options for Brazil leader in face of protests
SAO PAULO (AP) — With massive protests by middle-class Brazilians demanding wholesale government reforms, people all over this continent-sized country have reached a verdict on the streets and online: "The giant has awakened." Voices of Brazil protestors must be heard: Rousseff
Brazil's president said Tuesday that the voices of hundreds of thousands of protestors across the country, angered by the cost of hosting sporting events such as the World Cup, must be heard. Brazil will benefit from World Cup - Blatter
Brazil will benefit with more than just new football stadiums from hosting the 2014 World Cup, FIFA president Sepp Blatter said as unrest in the country continued to overshadow the Confederations Cup.