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Brazilian senate approves impeachment trial of Rousseff

Brazilian senate approves impeachment trial of Rousseff

Rio de Janeiro, Aug 10 : The Brazilian Senate has accorded the go-ahead to an impeachment trial against suspended President Dilma Rousseff.

At the end of a lengthy session on Tuesday that lasted over 15 hours, senators voted 59 to 21 to approve the trial, surpassing the 41 votes needed for the trial to commence, Xinhua news agency reported.

Monuments in 12 countries light up to highlight Rio 2016

Monuments in 12 countries light up to highlight Rio 2016

Rio de Janeiro, Aug 5 : Emblematic monuments and buildings in at least twelve countries such as Paris's Hotel de Ville, Brazil's Christ the Redeemer and Tokyo's Olympic Stadium have lit up with gre

In the next 24 hours, Nita Ambani could become the face of Olympic sport in India

In the next 24 hours, Nita Ambani could become the face of Olympic sport in Indi

Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Aug.3 : Reliance Foundation's founder-chairperson and a prominent personality involved with cricket's Indian Premier League, Nita Ambani is on the verge of becoming India's lone representative in international sport's most-elite group, the International Olympic Committee.

In Rio, spotlight on Pakistanis linked to recent terror plot

In Rio, spotlight on Pakistanis linked to recent terror plot

Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), July 27 : Brazil's Counter-terrorism Director Luiz Alberto Sallaberry has revealed that the threat by the ISIS to the Olympic Games is genuine.

Rousseff vows never quit

Rousseff vows never quit

Rio de Janeiro, July 9 : Suspended Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has vowed that she would never stand down, one day after she was invited to attend the Rio Olympics in August.
During a march in Sao Paulo organised by the labour movements, Rousseff on Friday said "they have asked me and pressured me to resign. But I never will ... because the people gave me 54 million votes".

Rousseff visits flood-hit Sao Paulo after 20 dies

Rousseff visits flood-hit Sao Paulo after 20 dies

Rio de Janeiro, March 13 : Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff visited the state of Sao Paulo after the region was hit by flood that killed over 20 people.

Observing the situation from a helicopter, on Saturday she said that the government had allocated funds to help the affected areas, Xinhua reported.

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