Michel Temer thanks female audience in Brasilia for expertise in domestic chores
One of Brazil's most traditional derbies was cancelled at the last minute on Sunday because broadcasting rights had not been agreed - with the game scheduled for transmission on YouTube and Facebook Live
Attorney General in Panama says she has information that identifies firm 'allegedly as a criminal organisation that is dedicated to hiding money assets from suspicious origins'
Anton Pilipa disappears from his home in Vancouver in 2012 and treks across two continents to reach the rainforest
Prisoners in Brazil have outnumbered prison staff by the hundreds
Profit in the UK slumped by 14.7 per cent in the year
Many of the dead were dismembered in the violence, with investigators finding a full skull, parts of two other skulls and other bones
Rolls-Royce also said it expected to report full-year 2016 profit ahead of previous expectations
Night-time slaughter appears to be reaction to the 60 people killed at Manaus prison earlier this week
One in three Britons feel this year will be no better than 2016
The death toll could yet rise further
Police in Sao Paulo said the attacker was angry after separating with his ex-wife
'Only God can explain why I survived the accident. He grabbed me and gave me a second chance'
Authorities from three countries are investigating the circumstances of the tragedy
Helio Hermito Zampier Neto was recovering in a stable condition after multiple surgeries, doctors said
City in mourning after 71 people killed in plane crash on way to historic football match