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The England manager wants to assess potential bases in the Amazonian city
'Group of Death' is so 2002. Now we need a new name for this actually-quite-difficult-looking set-up.
Brazil’s largest city is not a place to linger
Arthur Virgilio admitted that he'd prefer to have a 'better' team playing in his city
If you’re lucky enough to be heading to warmer shores soon, a tailored pair of trunks will hide all manner of festive indulgence, says Lee Holmes
The Cruzeiro midfielder is being monitored by the Premier League champions according to reports
Fifa concerned at slow construction pace and Brazilian public’s protests over costs
Pressure to complete work on time blamed for fatal accident in Sao Paulo
Was the Liverpool striker fouled? Decide for yourself by watching the video below
Recent protests have on occasion turned violent and Hodgson admits it will be a main concern of the Three Lions's security team
'When we are attacked it is down to ignorance,' says father of England winger, Andros
Two Britons are believed to be among the crew of a seismic research vessel under effective “ship arrest” today after becoming snarled in a territorial dispute that flared over the weekend between Venezuela and neighbouring Guyana, which dates back over a 100 years to when Guyana was under British control.
Guilty pleas entered by two women caught attempting to smuggle cocaine out of Peru will be contested by prosecutors who claim the pair have stuck to an “unbelievable story”.
British and Irish citizen both made pleas in hopes of receiving more lenient sentences
Three Britons are among nine people who have been arrested after 1.3 tons of cocaine were found stashed inside suitcases bound from Venezuela to France.
A tour of Ecuador and the Galápagos Islands