The removal of Brazil's president marks the end of a year of turmoil - but what happens next?
The decision is the culmination of a year-long fight that paralysed Latin America's most powerful economy
Rousseff's hopes of regaining power seem slender
'[We] believe that the company and its executives will be vindicated when all of the evidence is reviewed,' says Mr Mallon's sports hospitality company
The 33-year-old fell ill after completing a 3,000 mile charity cycle ride
Jack Conger and Gunnar will not be allowed to leave Brazil until they testify, their lawyer says
Prosecutors say the swimmers appear with 'physical and psychological integrity intact', uncharacteristic of people who have experienced trauma
Rio de Janeiro might be grabbing the headlines, but Brazil offers amazing travel experiences beyond the Olympics' host city - from coming face-to-face with jaguars to kayaking underground rivers
Boyfriend and fellow diver Qin Kai got down on one knee as He stepped off the podium
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?
No other nation does street parties quite like the Brazilians and good food is an integral part of it. And just in time for the Olympics here is the definitive guide to a Rio-style knees up
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...