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WhatsApp Now Unblocked In Brazil

3 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - A Brazilian judge on Tuesday overturned a suspension of Facebook Inc's WhatsApp messaging application that affected some 100 million users, after many people voiced frustration at the second such freeze in fiveShow More Summary

Brazil judge rules to unblock Whatsapp

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - A Brazilian judge overturned a suspension of Facebook Inc's Whatsapp messaging application on Tuesday, before a 72-hour block ordered by a different judge on Monday had expired. Judge Ricardo Mucio Santana of the Sergipe State Tribunal decided to cancel Monday's ruling, the court said in a statement. Show More Summary

Brazil prosecutor asks for probe of opposition leader Neves

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazil's top prosecutor asked the Supreme Court to open an investigation on opposition Senator Aecio Neves on Monday as a vast corruption probe ensnares more politicians.

Facebook's WhatsApp Ordered Blocked in Brazil for 72 Hours

yesterdayNews : Newsweek: US

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - A Brazilian judge ordered wireless phone carriers to block access to Facebook Inc.'s WhatsApp for 72 hours throughout Latin America's largest country on Monday, the second such move against the popular messaging...Show More Summary

WhatsApp Is Blocked In Brazil, Again

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - A Brazilian judge ordered wireless phone carriers to block access to Facebook Inc's WhatsApp for 72 hours throughout Latin America's largest country starting Monday afternoon, the second such incident against the...Show More Summary

Rousseff says opponents plotting to water down Brazil labor laws

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff on Sunday accused her opponents of plotting to water down existing labor legislation and cutting social stipends for the poor if Congress puts her on trial for allegedly breaching budget rules.

Road to Rio: Brazil's Middle-Class Dreams on Hold as Recession Hurts Households

2 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

This story originally appeared on the International Business Times. Humberto Cimino feels like his life is stuck in a holding pattern. The 24-year-old Brazilian would like to buy a nicer house in the sprawling megacity of São Paulo, a step he wants to take before he proposes to his girlfriend. Show More Summary

Pelé on ‘The Birth of a Legend,’ His Big Auction and the Brazil Olympics

The soccer star discusses his new biopic, which details his upbringing in São Paulo.

Michelin Reveals 2016 Stars for Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo

Four restaurants snagged their first star this time around Headed to the Summer Olympics this year and want to know where to dine? You're in luck, because restaurant guidebook publisher Michelin just unveiled its latest star ratingsShow More Summary

Animals Photo Manipulation

It's been a while since the last time I posted about some post-production and photo manipulation projects, that's the reason I wanted to share some cool projects by Post Production, an advertising agency from Sao Paulo, Brazil. I love their work with animals and the level of details of some of the compositions. Show More Summary

Water and Climate Change

Aerial view of Jaguari Reservoir which is part of Brazil's Cantareira system (the largest system of public water supplies in Latin America) which provides fifty percent of Sao Paulo's drinking water. Photo © Scott Warren. Representatives...Show More Summary

National Geographic Just Did a Face Swap Ad Campaign, and It's Very Weird Indeed

National Geographic has tried to put a 21st century spin on the idiom "Walk a mile someone else's shoes." Instead of shoes, people swap faces—a la Snapchat's face swap tool—in an odd new print campaign from Y&R São Paulo. read more

Brazil to ask Congress to pass Paris climate deal: minister

NEW YORK/SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazil's government will ask legislators this week to ratify the Paris climate agreement, the environment minister said late on Sunday, even as President Dilma Rousseff faces possible impeachment and lacks majority support in Congress.

Exclusive: Brazil's Oi to start bond talks this week, sources say

By Guillermo Parra-Bernal SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Oi SA will start talks to restructure $14.3 billion of bonds as early as Monday, sources familiar with the situation said, pitting some of the world's biggest investors against each other as Brazil's most-indebted phone carrier fights for its survival. Show More Summary

SunEdison plans to keep investments in Latam solar market

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - U.S. renewable energy company SunEdison Inc hopes to maintain its investments in Latin America's solar energy market despite filing for bankruptcy on Thursday, a senior executive said on Friday. The investmentsShow More Summary

Ad of the Day: A Renoir Masterpiece Tells a Heartbreaking Story About Missing Children

São Paulo, Brazil, has a government program called PLID that locates and identifies missing people. To raise awareness of this important work, agency VML interviewed the mothers of missing children—and then put those recordings overShow More Summary

Exclusive: Citigroup, U.S. Bancorp sell Brazil card venture, sources say

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Citigroup Inc and U.S. Bancorp agreed to sell their combined 100 percent stake in Brazilian credit card processing joint venture Elavon do Brasil to a local rival for an undisclosed sum, two sources with direct knowledge of the deal said on Friday, ending months of negotiations to exit the money-losing firm. Show More Summary

Sete Brasil Bankruptcy Seen as Blow to Petrobras, Shipbuilders

By Guillermo Parra-Bernal SAO PAULO, April 20 (Reuters) – Shareholders in Sete Brasil Participações SA voted on Wednesday to allow the ailing rig lessor to seek bankruptcy protection after efforts to secure a long-term contract with state-controlled oil producer Petróleo Brasileiro SA failed. Show More Summary

Brazil electoral court poses further legal challenge for Rousseff

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - A judge from Brazil's top electoral authority has instructed police to start collecting evidence of irregularities in President Dilma Rousseff's 2014 re-election campaign, adding to her legal woes since Sunday's impeachment vote.

Where to Drink Coffee in São Paulo, Mapped

There’s a reason Brazil is known for coffee As the world's most prolific coffee-producing country, it's only natural that Brazil would offer a variety of excellent cafes in which to experience its indigenous crop. And when it comes to...Show More Summary

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