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· June, 2008

Stories about Brazil from June, 2008

Brazil: The Black President Before Obama

The sweeping Obama phenomenon has caught Brazil, and it comes as no surprise in the country with the world's largest population of African descendants. An especially notable thread is the...

Brazil: World (not) Naked Bike Ride

Brazil: Judges can't tell YouTube from U2

The Brazilian Superior Electoral Court held yesterday a session to conclude the resolution regulating the use of the Internet in the 2008 local elections campaign later this year. According to...

Brazil: Top ten misconceptions about the country

Do not let poverty become the landscape

Brazil: Reporting the city

Rio Fashion Week brings recycling to the catwalk

Brazil: Taking the piss of election regulations

Ecuador: The Amazon Tribes Vs. Big Oil

A rekindled interest in the richness of the Amazon is one of the results of recently distributed photograph showing members of an uncontacted tribe in the Brazilian Amazon shooting arrows...

A chat with portuguese speaker bloggers

Brazil: First blog falls victim to electoral law

The Rio de Janeiro Electoral Court demanded this week that Brazilian bloggers deleted banners they had published in support of their candidate for the Rio Mayoral 2008 elections - or...

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