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· May, 2008

Stories about Brazil from May, 2008

Brazil: Visible and Invisible Indians and Scoops

Brazilian Indians were in the spotlight of world media this week. From the images of an uncontacted tribe in the Amazon, to the enraged protest caught on camera against the...

Brazil: PeBodyCount joins Brazilian Disarmament Network

Brasil: Introducing the Bloguecast

Brazil: Struggling to deliver the deeper messages

Brazil: Can the Amazon problem be solved with new management?

Changing the command in a Brazilian Ministry used to be a domestic affair, but the resignation of the renowned rainforest defender Marina Silva from the Environmental Ministry has sparked global...

Saramago's reaction at the lauch of Blindness, the film

Brazil: Promoting the country's fine art

Brazil: Images of the ‘Invisible Indians’ in the Amazon

Brazil: Investigating bloggers motivations

Brazil: Making your blog speak tongues

Brazil: Brazilian Network of Virtual Memory

Brazil: Rio carnival will have LGBT samba school

Brazil: The prohibited march that keeps marching

This year's edition of the Marijuana March was prohibited by courts in 9 capital cities across the country due to allegations of illegal promotion of drug use. The theme provoked...

Brazil: Are you watching PangeaDay?

Musical instruments from around the world

Videos with interesting instruments from different corners of the world, including some made from recycled cans and plastic sodabottles, a record of how didgeridoos are made, and a Russian folk...

Brazil: Change yourself the media focus

Brazil: A chat about blogs and journalism

Brazil and Orkut: made for each other?

Orkut, Google's experiment on Social Networking Services, is extremely popular in Brazil. More than 53% of Orkut users is Brazilian -- even more, if you take into account the Brazilian's...

Brazil: Lady bloggers meeting

Brazil: WordPress amends T&Cs and avoids blanket ban

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