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Neymar should go to Europe, but after three years: Dunga


Kolkata: Brazilian soccer legend and former coach of the country's national team Carlos Dunga feels upcoming talent Neymar should not ply his trade in Europe for the next three years.

"He should not

80 Indians killed by Brazil miners in Venezuela: Group

A group that represents Yanomami communities charged on Wednesday that illegal Brazilian miners killed as many as 80 Yanomamis in the Venezuelan jungle in July.

"On July 5, garimpeiros (illegal miner

Brazil slump to record low in FIFA rankings, Tahiti surge

Brazil slumped to 11th in the FIFA rankings on Wednesday, their lowest ever position, while tiny Tahiti surged 41 places after their astonishing win at the Oceania Nations Cup.

Performances at Euro 2

Emerging economies pose conditions on IMF boost


Leaders of emerging economies said on Monday that they wanted the IMF to put in place reforms to increase their influence before they step up contributions to a fund to prevent future crises.


India and Russia boost IMF crisis firewall


India and Russia each pledged $10 billion on Monday for an IMF firewall meant to prevent future crises, marking a new level of commitment by emerging economies as they seek a greater voice.

At a summ

China, emerging powers pump up IMF firewall


Led by China, emerging economies pledged huge sums to the International Monetary Fund's global firewall on Monday, helping it raise $456 billion in resources as the eurozone crisis rages.

In a clear

Messi's hat trick lifts Argentina over Brazil


Lionel Messi recorded his second international hat trick, scoring three times as Argentina edged Brazil 4-3 in an international exhibition game on Saturday.

Messi finished the season with a club and

Three Brazilians charged with murder, cannibalism

Three Brazilians have been charged with murdering three women and eating their flesh as part of a cult in which they sought to purify their souls and control population growth, police said.


Baby's head accidentally torn off during delivery in Brazil

A team of doctors in Brazil accidentally tore off a baby's head as the mother struggled to give birth in a hospital. The headless body remained inside the mother and had to be removed through surgery,

Brazil sex worker may sue US embassy over injuries

A former Brazilian prostitute plans to sue the United States embassy and five of its personnel for injuries sustained outside a strip club late last year, complicating the second of two embarrassing i

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