President vows to implement reforms that would "heal the rift" at the centre of Brazil's political landscape
The Brazilian leader is facing possible impeachment proceedings, with the issue creating a rift between her and Vice President Michel Temer
Rousseff is facing impeachment proceedings over allegations her administration violated fiscal rules to mask budget problems
Kashmira Gander talks to the women behind a Hackney restaurant offering not only employment but a creative outlet
'It’s a really weird feeling trying to wiggle my fingers inside my body'
Preparations for the Rio Games are also overshadowed by fears over the Zika virus and the threat of terrorism
Jospeh Safra owns numerous banks and properties
Scientists point to match between Tahiti and Uruguay in Recife as a probable source of the outbreak in South America
In an unprecedented move, ex-President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is expected to become a serving minister under incumbent Dilma Rousseff amid mass protests and a corruption scandal
Melina Reis's lower left leg was amputated after a road accident in 2002
A former police officer in Brazil told the actor he had started his murder spree after finding out his son was homosexual
Never mind the Copacabana and Carnival hedonism: after returning home to Brazil, the war photographer André Liohn found a society on the edge, caught between gang violence and police brutality. Could this summer's Olympics provide some respite?
The bird was found smothered in oil on an island village near Brazil's Rio de Janeiro in 2011
Seabird makes annual trek to his rescuer on Brazilian island
Frightened citizens will be able to use a new app to report assaults and killings by officers
Criado-Perez is a British feminist activist and writer who campaigns, among other things, to improve women's representation in the media