President Temer needs luck and the support of a people who at least appreciate the scale of the changes facing their nation
International Olympic Committee downplays effect political turmoil will have on Rio games
Brazil's Senate voted in favour of putting her on trial for breaking budget laws by 55 votes to 22
Vice President Michel Temer chooses ministers as he prepares to step in as the country's interim leader
The argument revolves around whether WhatsApp should fulfil a request to make messages available to officials – which the company says isn't possible, even if it wanted to
The mosquito-borne virus may be responsible for birth defects and harmful neurological conditions in the babies of more than 20 per cent of infected pregnant women
The unique reef is already being threatened by oil drilling companies
‘In the past, coups were carried out with machine guns, tanks and weapons. Today, all you need are hands that are willing to tear up the Constitution,’ Dilma Rousseff said
President Dilma Rousseff is accused of breaking the nation's fiscal responsibility law
The real tragedy behind Brazil’s impeachment saga is that an opportunity for genuine progress has been lost to avarice and ego
Brazil – once a model for the developing world – risks implosion, with political scandal and financial mismanagement threatening to fell South America’s economic powerhouse
President vows to implement reforms that would "heal the rift" at the centre of Brazil's political landscape
The Zika-linked disease attacks nerves in the brain and spinal cord, producing neurological problems in some patients
The country's media ownership is concentrated in the hands of a few domestic conglomerates which dominate the market, and are owned by a wealthy elite
A Brazilian man has been filmed by a security camera fearlessly dodging five bullets as he beat off a pair of would-be robbers.
'It’s a really weird feeling trying to wiggle my fingers inside my body'