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Brazil

Brazil: Can the Cerrado be saved?

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BBC Radio 4's 'Costing the Earth' visits this precious ecosystem that is being destroyed at breakneck speed.

Brazil: violence against rural workers increases

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The Catholic Church's Pastoral Land Commission (CPT) says rural organisations are under siege.

Belo Monte — Indians threaten “river of blood”

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Controversy over Brazil’s giant hydropower station in the Xingu river is set to intensify. Sue Branford reports.

Brazil’s election: politics and personalities

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Leslie Bethell, a much-respected historian, looks at prospects for Brazil's sixth presidential election since the end of the dictatorship.

Swerve with verve: Oscar Niemeyer

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Peter Godfrey interviews the Brazilian architect who eradicated the straight line, who is sill working, aged 102.

Brazil as a key player

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The US is trying to contain Brazil by creating conflicts on its border, argues Uruguayan analyst, Raúl Zibechi.

Brazil steps between Israel and Iran

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President Lula stood his ground during his recent trip to Israel, refusing to support sanctions against Iran. Pepe Escobar reports.

Brazil after Lula: left vs left

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Brazil's general elections in October have turned into a contest between two left-of-centre parties. Arthur Ituassu reports from Rio.

Brazilian economy storms ahead but who is benefiting?

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Prospects for the Brazilian economy have rarely been better, but at home left-wing analysts are concerned about who is really benefiting. Sue Branford reports.

Brazil on the global stage

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Lamia Qualalou, a journalist based in Rio de Janeiro, looks at Lula's ambitions for Brazil on the global stage.

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