U.S. Team Trains In Brazil To Prepare For World Cup

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Argentina Imposes Hefty Tax On International Online Shopping

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Ahead Of World Cup, Brazil's Delays Have FIFA Concerned

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Prison Violence Spills Into Brazilian Streets

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Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff speaks in Sao Paulo on Dec. 19, framed by posters held by protesters calling for asylum for National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden. Andre Penner/AP hide caption

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Even In Snowden-Friendly Brazil, Asylum May Be 'Bridge Too Far'

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Brazilian chef Alex Atala, whose restaurant, D.O.M., is ranked among the top 10 in the world, was named one of the most influential people by Time magazine this year. Cassio Vasconcellos/AP hide caption

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Amazon Locavore: Meet The Man Putting Brazilian Food On The Map

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Social media is booming in Brazil, which has become a major market for both Facebook and Twitter. But Brazilian law is still in flux, and legislation is only just being created to deal with the rise of social media. Christophe Simon /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Brazil's Social Media Boom Sparks Calls For New Privacy Laws

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Volunteers look through children's letters to Santa at a post office in Salvador in northeastern Brazil's Bahia state. The campaign is part of a more than 20-year tradition to help those less fortunate to have gifts for the holiday. Raul Spinasse/DPA /Landov hide caption

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Brazil's Post Offices Help Deliver Christmas Wishes

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It's The End Of The Road For VW's Iconic Van

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Ex-Brazilian President Kubitschek Was Murdered, Commission Says

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Brazilian fare from the restaurant D.O.M. in Sao Paulo is some of the best in the world — literally. It's currently ranked the sixth best restaurant in the world by San Pellegrino. Rodrigo Paoletti/flickr hide caption

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What's For Dinner? Try Brazilian

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Brazil Suffers Setbacks In Lead Up To World Cup

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Municipal guards with batons chase a mob of thieves that snatched bags and wallets from beachgoers on Arpoador beach, adjacent to Ipanema, in Rio de Janeiro on Nov. 20. Marcelo Carnaval/AP hide caption

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Swarming Thieves Wreak Havoc On Famed Rio Beaches

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A lady with two slaves, in Bahia, Brazil, 1860. Moreira Salles Institute Archive hide caption

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Photos Reveal Harsh Detail Of Brazil's History With Slavery

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