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U.S. asked Brazil's Petrobras if it could raise oil output; it said no
U.S. government officials in March asked Brazil's state-run oil company Petrobras whether it could increase crude output after Ukraine conflict sent global prices soaring, three people with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.
Iran’s ‘Bubble’ receives three awards from Brazilian festival
The Iranian short film, ‘Bubble,’ directed by Hamed Arib, won three awards from the jury in the Gralha International Monthly Film Awards (GIMFA) in Brazil.
Brazil FM discusses purchasing Iran fertilizer with US secretary of state
Brazilian Foreign Affairs Minister Carlos Franca said that he has discussed purchasing fertilizers from Iran with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
Iran, Brazil raise barter trade as Ukraine war weighs on plans
Iran is likely to step up corn imports from Brazil, with a urea cargo about to set off for the South American country next week under a barter arrangement.
Iran, Brazil sign deal to barter fertilizer for livestock feed
Iran signed an agreement with Brazil to barter its fertilizer for livestock feed from the South American country.
Brazil seeks to reach trade balance with Iran: Minister
Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply of Brazil Tereza Cristina Corrêa da Costa Dias emphasized that she pursues trade balance with Iran in her trip to the Islamic Republic.
Brazil becomes first South American team to qualify for 2022 World Cup
Brazil beat Colombia 1-0 in a World Cup qualifier in Sao Paulo on Thursday to become the first South American team to qualify for Qatar 2022 World Cup.
Raphinha stars as Brazil cruise past Uruguay 4-1
Raphinha turned in another eye-catching performance for Brazil on Thursday by scoring twice in the home side’s 4-1 victory over Uruguay in a World Cup qualifier.
‘Horrific milestone’: Brazil surpasses 600,000 COVID deaths
Brazil has become only the second country in the world to record more than 600,000 coronavirus deaths, as far-right President Jair Bolsonaro’s handling of the pandemic continues to face sharp criticism and scrutiny.
Tehran’s urban arts and culture on display in Brazil
An exhibition titled, ‘Urban Art,’ featuring a collection of street art, murals, and urban sculptures of Iran’s capital Tehran, kicked off in Brasilia, the capital of Brazil.
Brazil’s Rio mandates vaccines for tourist spots, public spaces
Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro announced it will require proof of vaccination against COVID-19 to enter public spaces including movie theaters, stadiums and iconic tourist spots like the Christ the Redeemer statue and Sugarloaf Mountain.
Tehran, Brasilia set to boost mining cooperation: Official
Iran and Brazil are considering expanding cooperation in the mining sector, according to the Head of Iran Mine House (IMH) Mohammadreza Bahraman.
Brazil's tallest building opens glass-bottom viewing deck
A Brazilian skyscraper is inviting visitors to conquer their fear of heights by stepping out on a glass-bottom viewing deck on the 42nd floor. The Mirante do Vale, the tallest building in Sao Paulo, announced members of the public will be able to visit the Sampa Sky glass deck starting today, according to UPI.
Tehran, Brasilia vow to broaden trade cooperation
Iranian Ambassador to Brazil Hossein Qaribi and Speaker of Lower House of National Congress of Brazil Parliament Arthur Lira in a meeting in Brasilia underlined the need to develop bilateral relations in economic and trade fields.
Majority of Brazilians support impeaching Bolsonaro: Poll
A majority of Brazilians say they support impeaching Jair Bolsonaro, according to a poll released on Saturday, as the country’s far-right president faces allegations of corruption and mounting pressure over his handling of the coronavirus crisis.

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