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SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – As the world starts to consider Brazil as the new hotspot of the coronavirus pandemic, the United States, through its embassy and consulates, has been trying to aid its citizens still present in the country. “Due...
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Amid the global Covid-19 health crisis, a new United States diplomat arrived in Brasilia on Sunday to take his position as the North American ambassador to Brazil. Todd C. Chapman was appointed by U.S. President...
By Chesney Hearst, Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – When traveling or living abroad, access to continuously updated safety, security and general information can help travelers and residents stay informed. For U.S. citizens in Brazil, the U.S. Government...
By Patricia Maresch, Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – U.S. President Barack Obama visited Rio on Sunday, March 20th as planned, part of a two-day visit to Brazil during a five-day South American trip. His time in Rio...
By Felicity Clarke, Senior Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO - It's not much more than a year since Barack Obama's inauguration as the 44th President of the United States of America. To mark Obama's first year in office, the US...
By Karen Shishiptorova, Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO – As reported, US Ambassador Clifford M. Sobel is scheduled to be replaced by Thomas A. Shanon this summer. Appointed by George Bush in retribution for his fundraising efforts in New Jersey...
By Karen Shishiptorova, Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO – The last vestige of the Bush era in Brazil clung on for four solid months of Obama's presidency. Clifford M. Sobel, nominated by President Bush on May 23, 2006, continued...



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