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  • The A-Z of the 2014 World Cup

    BRASILIA (Reuters) - The A-Z of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. A - Abysmal Asia. The continent's four teams failed to grab a win in Brazil, the first time Asia has gone without a victory at a World Cup since 1990 when United Arab Emirates and South Korea...
  • Brazil's leader sees no political fallout from World Cup defeat

    BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's humiliating defeat in the World Cup will have no impact on the elections in October, President Dilma Rousseff predicted on Friday as she prepares to hit the campaign trail to seek a second term. Despite criticism of her...
  • Presidenta de Brasil no ve consecuencias políticas por derrota en Mundial

    BRASILIA (Reuters) - La humillante derrota de Brasil en el Mundial no tendrá un impacto en las elecciones de octubre, predijo el viernes la presidenta Dilma Rousseff, mientras se prepara para iniciar su campaña para buscar un segundo mandato. A pesar...
  • Rio Olympics in the spotlight as World Cup curtain drops

    RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - The Rio de Janeiro 2016 summer Olympics move firmly into the spotlight this week with the International Olympic Committee in town to monitor progress and the soccer World Cup wrapping up. The Olympics are the country's second...
  • Vanquished Brazil struggles to stomach Argentine football horde

    RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - People in the tourist mecca of Rio de Janeiro are used to just about everything. Drunk and sunburnt vacationers from northern latitudes. Hipster backpackers prowling for drugs and sex. Even the million-plus foreigners who...
  • Brazil's Rousseff lets Obama off the hook for NSA spying

    BRASILIA (Reuters) - President Dilma Rousseff said the Obama administration was not directly responsible for U.S. spying on Brazil and has taken steps toward smoothing over the diplomatic tensions set off by espionage disclosures last year. In an...
  • Brazil sports minister says 7-1 loss shows shake-up needed

    RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Brazil's humiliating 7-1 defeat by Germany has left a deep scar on the World Cup hosts and highlighted the need for a football shake-up in the country, but it was not on the same scale as the "national tragedy" of losing the...
  • In Brazil, reality sets in day after debacle

    BELO HORIZONTE, Brazil The sun came up over this hilly, dejected city Wednesday morning, and 200 million Brazilians across the nation awoke to the realization that, no, what happened at Estadio Mineirao on Tuesday night was not just a horrible nightmare....
  • Brazilians try to cope with lopsided loss to Germany

    Brazil was still in mourning Wednesday, the day after its World Cup team suffered the most one-sided semifinal defeat in tournament history. "Massacre" was the banner headline in one newspaper. Two others went with "Humiliation." Another popular...
  • Humillación en el Mundial, otro golpe a la confianza brasileña

    SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Se suponía que el Mundial sería la presentación en sociedad para Brasil, la superpotencia futbolística revelándose también como una potencia económica y geopolítica. Los hinchas que llegaran a Brasil y los espectadores serían...
  • Petrobras shares fall, analysts point to poor management by Brazil

    Petrobras shares fall, analysts point to poor management by Brazil
    When Brazil's state-run oil company raked in $70 billion in a 2010 public offering, leaders here called it evidence of the nation's rising economic power. "It wasn't in Frankfurt. It wasn't in London. It wasn't in New York. It was here in São Paulo,"...
  • World Cup: Germany-Brazil Match Scores Twitter, Facebook Records for Sports Chatter

    Germany's 7-1 trouncing of host country Brazil in the 2014 FIFA World Cup semifinals Tuesday registered as the most-discussed sporting game ever on Twitter, with 35.6 million tweets posted worldwide during the match, and generated record activity on...