A Brazilian man who was facing deportation has been reunited with his family in Galway after being released from prison in Dublin.
Though positive incentives to encourage compliance would be preferable, Brazil’s government is showing that there must be sticks where carrots are not enough, writes Richard N. Haass.
Fires are still breaking out in Brazil’s Amazon and Cerrado regions.
It's a sad day when Brazilian President Jair Bolsanaro is proved right.
An armed man who held dozens of people hostage on a bus in Rio de Janeiro and threatened to set it on fire has been seized by officers after a four-hour standoff, Brazilian police said.
Gabriel Jesus was sent off as 10-man Brazil lifted the Copa America for the ninth time with a 3-1 victory over Peru.
Brazil midfielder Casemiro has given his backing to national team coach Tite ahead of tomorrow's Copa America final on home soil.
Brazil cruised into the quarter-finals of the Copa America with a thumping 5-0 victory over Peru at the Corinthians Arena in Sao Paulo.
Australia came from two goals down to stun Brazil 3-2 in their Women's World Cup clash in Montpellier.
Jair Bolsonaro was elected president of Brazil in October 2018 and took office in January 2019, writes Catherine McNamara.
Cork documentary maker Kate Hardie Buckley was in Brazil to film the changing dynamic for the country’s LGBT community, writes Ellie O’Byrne
Eight people have been killed in a school shooting in Brazil, according to Sao Paulo state authorities.
British threats to slap significant tariffs on Irish beef in the event of a no-deal Brexit have been raised in the Dail with the government claiming EU support will be there for farmers hit by changes.
A fire has torn through the sprawling training complex of one of Brazil's biggest football clubs, killing 10 people and leaving three teenagers injured, firefighters said.
Search efforts are continuing for survivors and for more victims.
The incident took place at a mining complex owned by the Brazilian firm Vale.
BRAZIL is the latest country to see political success ride the wave of populism. On the first day of the year, right-wing nationalist Jair Bolsonaro was sworn in as the country’s president.
Some Brazilian soccer fans didn't let 9,000 miles stop them from celebrating their team's victory in Dublin last night.
Brazil’s far-right president has made bleak pledges to open the rainforest to further mining and to withdraw from world accords on the environment, writes Paulo Artaxo.
Thousands of documents necessary to reach a full understanding of our history were almost lost during the Civil War bombardment of Dublin’s Four Courts.
A land investment in Brazil’s Cerrado might be a good move for French and Irish farmers who fear they could be put out of business by a free trade deal between the EU and the South American Mercosur trade bloc.
Facebook has removed a network of pages and profiles in Brazil which the social media company said were used to spread misinformation and foment divisiveness.
By Gerry Cox
Belgium produced a stunning performance to claim a place in the World Cup semi-finals with a 2-1 win over five-times champions Brazil in Kazan.
Belgium defender Vincent Kompany’s combative remarks in the leadup to today’s quarter-final blockbuster were a “provocation” intended to hide his “fear”, Brazil centre back Miranda has said.
Four mouth-watering ties to look forward to.
Not many teams in world football boast an even moderately successful record against five-time World Cup winners, Brazil, but, in recent years, Mexico have proved that they have what it takes.
Why is it always about him?
"He's gone to Paris Saint-Germain, I don't like the way he plays there. He's selfish, he plays for himself."
Brazil, already anxious and nervous after drawing their opening game against Switzerland, were given an almighty scare yesterday when Neymar limped off the training field with an ankle injury.
During the Brazil versus Switzerland game an inflatable red balloon wandered onto the pitch, with Brazilian goalkeeper Alison not seeing the funny side.
When Ireland play in the World Cup, a nation holds its breath but when Brazil play in the World Cup, the world holds its breath, writes Liam Mackey
Brazil boast more recent Champions League experience than even the leading European nations at this summer’s World Cup.
A scintillating goal from Neymar drew him level with Romario in Brazil’s all-time top scorers list as they cruised to a 3-0 win against Austria yesterday.
Brazil captain Thiago Silva has backed his compatriot Fabinho to be a success at Liverpool.
Brazil captain Thiago Silva has promised his side will deliver great football at the World Cup this summer.
An abandoned building occupied by squatters in São Paulo has caught fire and collapsed, sending fiery debris crashing into neighbouring buildings and surrounding streets, Brazilian officials say.
Fuel shortages and negligence caused a plane crash that killed 71 people in 2016, including most members of Brazilian football team Chapecoense, Colombian authorities have concluded.
Brazilian President Michel Temer has taken to television to deny a report that he laundered money and said he would urge his security minister to investigate how the allegations were leaked to the media.
As many as 2,000 of Brazil's indigenous people have marched through the capital to protest against a governmental assault on their rights and lands.
Gunmen have attacked a prison in northern Brazil trying to stage a mass escape of inmates, setting off a gun battle with police that killed 20 people and injured at least four, authorities said.
Former Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has been taken into police custody after a tense showdown with his own supporters.
Former Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has told thousands of supporters that he will turn himself in to police.
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has defied an order to turn himself in to police as he hunkered down with supporters at a metallurgical union that was the spiritual birthplace of his rise to power.
Brazil's top court has voted narrowly to turn down an attempt by former president Luiz Inacio da Silva to stay out of jail while he appeals a corruption conviction.
Two British tourists have been shot during an attempted mugging in Brazil, police said.
Brazil's congress approved a decree to put the military in charge of Rio de Janeiro's security forces yesterday as soldiers and police spread out throughout the city to combat rising crime.
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