Italian chef Massimo Bottura launched the intitiative to tackle Rio's hunger problem
Lop-side senate vote makes clear Dilma Rousseff is failing to make her case
To say so risks exuding that air of western superiority that the British Olympic Association are so keen to guard against, but can you imagine the reaction if it had happened in London?
'Let's hope they don't go onto two blokes sat, er, next to each other,' says sports presenter Paul Hand as couples kiss
Four years later, the Olympic legacy in London has left housing options in the borough worse than their pre-2012 levels
'We only found out when we got here. We came looking for our place, and then we saw that we had this column in front,' says a disappointed fan
The games only began on Friday evening...
Kidnappers threatened to decapitate Bernie Ecclestone’s mother-in-law and send her head home ‘in a shopping bag’
The Games are full of protocols and pumped up officials and hypocrisy. I am turned off by the supreme pomposity of it all, and I won't be made to feel inferior to someone who can run a four-minute mile
However, Russian officials deny a diplomat was man who fought off attacker amid conflicting reports over his identity
Next week a press conference will be called because a Russian swimmer has been found to have blood that makes him 40 per cent human and 60 per cent jet-ski
It is the latest in a number of incidents surrounding the torch relay
‘These are the exclusion games... It is an event by the rich for the rich,’ said one resident
The Brazilian Olympic Committee has questions to answer
Aparecida Schunck was taken more than a week ago and held on a £28m ransom
Meet 'Master Manel' – who hopes teaching the Brazillian martial art in one of the city's most notorious favelas will help young people feel connected ahead of the olympics