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Brazil’s 300 indigenous tribes have survived conquest, enslavement and assimilation. But as the new far right government ramps up mining, logging and dam-building in the Amazon, can they survive president Bolsonaro?
To combat repeat crime offences in Brazil, one controversial prison, APAC, has been created with open doors. It teaches rehabilitation and reform to nonviolent offenders, rather than fear and violence.
As the mosquito-borne Zika virus continues to spread beyond Brazil, this moving report follows three mothers caring for babies with microcephaly, the condition inherited from an insect bite.
In Rio's chaotic favelas, most children receive an education only in violence. But deep in one of Rio's toughest neighbourhoods, one inspirational woman is fighting to provide an alternative.
When 14-year-old school girl Isadora Faber published videos of her dilapidated school on Facebook, reform for Brazil's public education system soon followed. But not before violent harassment and death threats.
Millions have tuned in to watch the World Cup games played in Curitiba's stadium. But this is a city used to the limelight, thanks to the pioneering work of former mayor-turned-architect, Jaime Lerner.
Francisco Silva, Brazil's most popular politician, swaps his parliamentary suit for a clown costume every day. But how has a clown come to receive the second largest vote in Brazilian history?
Preparations for the Olympics and the World Cup are in full swing in Brazil. But for the residents of Rio de Janeiro's infamous favelas, the 'clean-up' of their iconic city has come at a dramatic cost.