The man who pays his way
Severe pollution is yet another problem facing Brazil in South America's first Olympic Games
The two men collided mid-air when it is believed their parachutes became intertwined causing their fall, according to Boituva Fire Department
Santos’ Gabriel Barbosa and Paris Saint-Germain defender Marquinhos were also included
Exclusive Q&A : Ms Rousseff said she was the victim of a 'parliamentary coup'
Special report: A gang-rape in Rio de Janeiro would have gone unreported but for video footage hitting social media.
Tax record was revealed as part of package of court documents
The case has shocked the nation, with protests demanding an end to violence against women
Mr Hunt, a 25-year-old electrician, went missing on 21 May after leaving Rio’s airport during a world trip with his friend
As corruption scandals swell and faith in politicians wanes, the interim president has a narrow window to bring results
We are now further away from world peace than at any time in the past 10 years - and it’s creating a global ‘peace inequality’ gap
Fraud charges are last thing organisers need in final weeks before the Games begin
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How can one weigh such serious health risks against money? Isn’t this immoral? The answer is no
Fabiano Silveira, who was in charege of the Transparency Ministry, resigns over leaked recordings of coversations relating to a corruption probe
Louis Vuitton have opted to stage their latest Cruise fashion show in Rio de Janeiro - a decision announced last October, before presidential impeachment, the Zika virus and a collapsing currency plunged Brazil into turmoil. It forms a fascinating backdrop to the manoeuvres of a multi-billion pound corporation, says Alexander Fury