If there is a fundamental conflict for viewers of Hirosuke Kitamura's Hidra series - the subject of a new exhibition about
Brazilian police from the state of Parana have released footage of possibly the most incompetent robber of all time - the
We're now more accustomed to seeing Rosie Huntington-Whiteley on a red carpet as opposed to a catwalk, but the actress has
A contestant on the Brazilian version of Big Brother has been removed from the house as part of an investigation into the
Tthe reasons for any foreign ICT organisation to enter Brazil are compelling. Brazil is presently the seventh largest market in the world, with $165.7bn spent on ICT in 2010, and expected to become the fourth largest before long. The domestic market for IT is the eighth largest in the world, and only $2.4bn of IT services were exported.
With Kim Jong-Il's death part of the seemingly impenetrable opacity of North Korea may have just been breached. Maybe one day the world will get to see 'the real Korea'. Until then however, we have to find alternate ways of understanding this most complex of regimes; I'd argue that football isn't a bad place to start.
In the wake of 9/11, any country that was seen as strategic in the struggle to fight the so-called 'war on terror' became an ally. Unsolved cases of what could be seen as outsourcing torture and enforced disappearances are now haunting the U.S. and some of its allies.
Drunk mechanic, Joao Leite Dos Santos, clambered into a spider monkey enclosure in his local zoo only to find they were not
As You've Never Seen Them Before: Madonna's Pop Artist Romero Britto Paints Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge
A new series of portraits featuring the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge has been unveiled by Brazilian pop artist Romero Britto
No modern police service can refuse to engage in dialogue with the citizens they are there to protect and Facebook is just a relatively recent way for the police to talk to the public. If they choose to start deleting intelligent questions that question their policies and behaviour then they may as well forget about counting on the public - the people who pay their salaries - for support.