Market in Manaus, Brazil. Photo: © Julio Pantoja / World Bank, via Flickr

Day workers unload bananas in an open air market in Manaus, Brazil. Photo: © Julio Pantoja / World Bank Photo ID: World Bank

A dog named “Leao” sits for a second consecutive day at the grave of her owner, who died in the disastrous landslides near Rio de Janiero on January 15, 2011.

40 Of The Most Powerful Photographs Ever Taken - A dog named "Leao" sits for a second consecutive day at the grave of her owner, who died in the disastrous landslides near Rio de Janiero on January 2011 so sad!

Geography Now! Brazil - YouTube

Geography Now! Brazil Wow this was a difficult one. Thanks to all the Brazilian Geograpeeps that contacted me and helped out with this video!

VICE/HBO second half on how Brazilian police is "pacifying" drug lords ahead of olympics 17:38

VICE/HBO second half on how Brazilian police is "pacifying" drug lords ahead of olympics

“My guess is that we already have middle-class women getting abortions because of microcephaly,” he said. “Because when you see the stories about babies with microcephaly, they are always about poor women. So what’s happening? Why don’t we see that with women who are lawyers or engineers? Because when they get the diagnosis [of microcephaly] they’re getting abortions.”

Taxpayer-Funded Study: Women Are Getting More Illegal Abortions Thanks To Zika

A photographer from Correio Braziliense newspaper took a picture of protesters Claudio and Carolina Maia Pracownik, walking their dog through Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro. Their nanny, Maria Angélica Lima, trails behind them in a white uniform, pushing their two young daughters in a stroller.  The photo of the wealthy family and their nanny rapidly went viral and sparked a heated, national debate that highlighted the divisions and inequalities some say it portrays.

Why This Photo Of Brazilian Protestors Is Sparking A National Debate

A photographer from Correio Braziliense newspaper took a picture of protesters Claudio and Carolina Maia Pracownik, walking their dog through Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro. Their nanny, Maria Angélica Lima, trails behind them in a white uniform, pushing their two young daughters in a stroller. The photo of the wealthy family and their nanny rapidly went viral and sparked a heated, national debate that highlighted the divisions and inequalities some say it portrays.

Brazil: Hundreds of fans gather to mourn Chapecoense footballers killed in plane crash - YouTube

Brazil: Hundreds of fans gather to mourn Chapecoense footballers killed in plane crash

Brazil- 85% religious Catholics touch an icon of the Virgin Mary and Jesus Christ as it is taken along with the World Youth Day (WYD) Cross that in 1984 Pope John Paul II entrusted the youth of the world, across Rocinha shantytown in Rio de Janeiro on July 18, 2013. The Pope is due in Rio for the July 22-28 Catholic WYD, an event expected to attract two million people from around the globe.

The World's Most And Least Religious Countries

Thousands of people marched through Belo Horizonte, Friday night, calling for the resignation of Brazilian President Michel Temer and for a new round of elec...

Thousands of people marched through Belo Horizonte, Friday night, calling for the resignation of Brazilian President Michel Temer and for a new round of elec.

Brazil: Politics and partying collide at Sao Paulo’s annual soviet parade - YouTube

Brazil: Politics and partying collide at Sao Paulo’s annual soviet parade

Brazil: Protesters line streets of Sao Paulo calling for Temer to go - YouTube

Brazil: Protesters line streets of Sao Paulo calling for Temer to go

A Senate committee recommended on Friday that Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff be put on trial by the full chamber for breaking budget laws. (Eraldo Peres/AP)

A Senate committee recommended on Friday that Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff be put on trial by the full chamber for breaking budget laws.

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