Brazilian journalist Mário Randolfo Marques Lopes

    In Brazil, Investigative Journalism May Mean Death Sentence for the Reporter

    Brazil is booming.  Latin America’s largest and most populous nation recently surpassed the United ...

    Gracia del Mar

    Still No Explanation for Death at Sea of Thousands of Cattle Shipped from Brazil

    The Brazilian Association of Livestock Exporters (Abeg) believes that the death of at least ...

    Lúcio Flávio Pinto

    Violence and Death Threats a Common Working Hazard for Brazilian Journalists

    Brazilian journalist Lúcio Flávio Pinto was threatened by a businessman when leaving a restaurant ...

    Maternal Mortality Still Too High in Brazil: 74 Deaths Per 1,000 Births

    In 2002, the infant mortality rate in Brazil was 25.1 deaths before the age ...

    In Brazil, Violence Is Resposible for 68% of Deaths of Male Youths

    Although the number of men in Brazil who died violent deaths between 2002 and ...

    John Paul II’s Trip to the Great Nothing

    In The Plague, by Albert Camus, Father Paneloux provides a long exposé about the ...