Brazilian troops in Haiti - Photo: Marcio Schiavon

    13 Years Later, After Contributing 37,000 Troops, Brazil Is Ready to Leave Haiti

    After 13 years of operations and numerous announcements about the closure date, the Brazilian ...

    Cartoon against Brazilian presence in Haiti

    There Goes Brazil from Haiti and the Country’s Hopes for a UN Permanent Seat

    Brazil’s leadership in the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) may be coming ...

    Protest in the streets of Port au Prince, Haiti

    Haiti’s Brazilian-Led Occupation Force Might Leave Soon. Good Riddance!

    As one of his first measures in office, Brazilian Defense Minister Celso Amorim plans ...

    Brazilian Army hands out food in Haiti

    Haiti Is Giving Brazil a Chance to Prove Its Mettle Beyond Cheap Talk

    After a promising beginning that included, among other accomplishments, being the second country in ...

    Brazilian military gives out food in Haiti

    Brazil Surrounds Haiti’s National Palace with Tanks and Hands Out Food

    In a show of power, Brazil’s Armed Forces held on Friday their biggest relief ...

    Haiti child helped by Brazilian soldiers

    Wave of Violence in Haiti Is Just Rumor, Says Brazil’s Defense Ministry

    The security in Haiti is under control, says the Brazilian ministry of Defense in ...

    Brazilian soldiers killed in Haiti

    Brazil Honors 18 Soldiers Who Died in Haiti’s Earthquake

    “Death brings pain and tears. In this case, it motivates us to prepare ourselves ...

    Tents in Haiti

    Who’s in Charge in Haiti? Brazil or the US?

    Since Haiti’s earthquake there has been some confusion about exactly who is in charge ...

    Secretary of state Clinton meets Brazilian general Floriano Peixoto

    Brazil and US Leaders in Haiti, Friends for 25 Years, Discuss Mission Every Day

    Army Lieutenant General Ken Keen, deputy commander of the U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) who ...

    Brazil's Justice minister Nelson Jobim

    Brazil, Haiti Needs Bread Now! Take Your Circus Elsewhere

    As soon as the danger dissipated, Nelson Jobim, Brazil’s Defense Minister, showed up at ...