'I felt like I was a painter in the last century' says Ricardo Stuckert
'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
The plane crashed into a Colombian hillside, killing 75 and leaving six survivors
Players from a top Brazilian football club were on board the plane when it came down amid bad weather conditions
The takeovers began in early October and have spread to at least 19 states, a wave of youth resistance to the austerity policies of new President Michel Temer
It is hard to compare Donald Trump to anyone else in American politics, especially when it comes to the economy. The president-elect plans to combine restrictions on goods imported from abroad, which are usually advocated by liberal politicians, with conventionally Republican policies, such as tax relief for the wealthy and major corporations, along with more federal borrowing.
Victor Barnard told his victims they would remain virgins after sex because he was a 'man of God'
Population of Aedes aegypti insects, which spread the Zika virus, dropped by 90 per cent after trials in Panama and the Cayman Islands
'As the world is discussing how to avoid the tragedy that has taken place in Aleppo, in Brazil we pretend that the problem does not exist'
Neighbours said the man used to be happy and outgoing and denied he was a drug user
The 19-year-old nephew is on the run in Brazil
The Brazilian native had just moved to New Jersey with her daughter after her husband got a new job
The Samarco dam disaster in Brazil claimed 19 lives and caused widespread environmental damage
The irony that Michel Temer, the country’s interim president, is banned from running for public office for eight years has not escaped the Brazilian public