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President Jair Bolsonaro blasted as criminals the governors and mayors of Brazil's cities for imposing lockdowns to slow coronavirus outbreak.
LPPOM MUI Director, Lukmanul Hakim, claims that Indonesia has become the largest importer of halal products in the world.
Trump's surprise decision to slap metals tariffs on Brazil is a blow to President Jair Bolsonaro's aim of forging closer ties with Washington.
The WTO told Indonesia to accept poultry products from Brazil. Consistency in policies is needed.
The Indonesian government has opened the official quota for imported frozen beef from Brazil for the next 12 months.
Four inmates in northern Brazil were suffocated to death on Tuesday as they were being transported from a violent prison where 57 others were killed.
A bloody clash between two prison gangs on Monday left at least 57 inmates dead with 16 of them decapitated, authorities in the state of Para said.
Bappenas Bambang Brodjonegoro said that the capital city move from Jakarta to Kalimantan also puts in mind reducing economic inequality.
Brazil got the win they wanted in their Copa America opener but the 3-0 victory was as much about the lack of atmosphere as the lackluster display.
Former AC Milan striker Alexandre Pato joined Sao Paulo on Wednesday, returning to Brazil after a two-year stint with Chinese side Tianjin Tianhai
At least eight people were killed at a Brazil grade school, where two young people were seen entering the building and firing weapons on Wednesday.
The U.S. and Brazil have negotiated an accord to safeguard U.S. space technology the South American nation hopes will be used in commercial rockets.
Brazilian rescue workers on Saturday searched for roughly 300 missing people after a tailings dam burst at an iron ore mine owned by Vale SA.
Hosts Brazil have been drawn to face Peru, Venezuela and Bolivia in the 2019 Copa America that kicks off in Sao Paulo in June.
We have to respect privacy, human rights and the sovereignty of nations, says Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff.
Brazil has seen a year of street protests against bad governance and perceived excessive spendings in preparations for the World Cup and the Olympics.
A defiant President Dilma Rousseff shot back at her detractors on Friday, saying she will not be cowered by the jeers and insults at the World Cup.
Health officials handed out condoms to World Cup fans in Sao Paulo on Friday and took advantage of festivities in the city to test people for HIV.
The Brazilian government is "paying attention" to demonstrations demanding the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff, the vice president says.
Sepp Blatter insists that FIFA always focuses on ensuring that the World Cup does not burden the host country.