Latest News for: Brazil photographer

Edit

Bord na Móna under fire over transport of material for burning in midlands plant

The Irish Times 31 Jan 2023
Edenderry power plant is sourcing peat from bogs 80km away along with wood materials from Brazil over a distance of almost 7,500km. Edenderry power station, Co Offaly. Photograph. Niall Carson/PA Wire Stephen Farrell ... READ MORE. Medicine shortage ... .
Edit

Brazil Dolphins Help Fishermen

Napa Valley Register 30 Jan 2023
In the seaside city of Laguna, Brazil, scientists ...
Edit

Roundabout: An odyssey of partitioned Punjab villages comes full circle

Hindustan Times 28 Jan 2023
Living by and large in times of ‘paratrooper’ journalism, it is rare for a reporter or a photographer to return to the subject of their work to complete the circle. But not so for this photographer, for whom a return was always in sight ... Return of the photographer.
Edit

Brazil: dozens of Indigenous children hospitalised amid health crisis

The Observer 27 Jan 2023
Dozens of Indigenous children suffering from malnutrition and acute diseases have been hospitalised in northern Brazil, with relatives in hammocks holding their emaciated frames in scenes that underscore the gravity of a public health crisis ... Brazil’s government last ... Photograph.
Edit

Brazilian police identify alleged mastermind in Amazon murders

Al Jazeera 24 Jan 2023
Pereira, the Indigenous expert, had previously clashed with local fishermen, particularly as an employee of Brazil’s federal agency for Indigenous affairs, FUNAI ... After leaving FUNAI, Pereira continued to work with Brazil’s Indigenous populations, teaching local people how to monitor illegal activity and collect photographic evidence of crimes.
Edit

Two women accused of trafficking Brazilians to work as prostitutes in rural Irish towns ‘week after week’

The Irish Times 24 Jan 2023
On the first day of the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court trial, the court was told one complainant was told by a third party how she could come to Ireland to earn money to 'realise her dream' and open a hair salon in Brazil. Photograph ... Tue Jan 24 2023 - 18.43 ... READ MORE ... .
Edit

How the Guardian ranked the 100 best male footballers in the world 2022

The Observer 23 Jan 2023
Former Brazil international with 76 caps who played at the 2010 and 2014 World Cups ... Former Brazil international with 40 caps who played at the 2006 World Cup. Juninho Pernambucano celebrates scoring for Brazil against Japan at the 2006 World Cup. Photograph ... Former Brazil international with 38 caps who won the World Cup in 1994.
Edit

Does he even really need glasses? Lying George Santos clings on

The Times/The Sunday Times 21 Jan 2023
He denies he is the drag queen in this photograph taken in Brazil ... He was “a proud American Jew”, the grandson of Holocaust refugees who settled in Brazil, but he had been ...
Edit

Lula to visit Amazon amid vow to tackle Yanomami Indigenous crisis

The Observer 20 Jan 2023
Brazil’s first-ever minister for Indigenous peoples, Sônia Guajajara, has vowed to make tackling the humanitarian crisis plaguing the country’s largest Indigenous territory “an absolute priority”, as she prepared to fly into the region with the new president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva ... Photograph ... Photograph ... Photograph.
Edit

George Santos 'was a Brazilian drag queen who used the name Kitara': Report claims lying ...

The Daily Mail 19 Jan 2023
Rochard claimed to be part of the duo in a photograph purported to be of Santos at a drag show in 2008 at Brazil's Icaraí Beach ... George Santos' mother was in BRAZIL on 9/11 ... But Santos' mother, Fatima Devolder, was born in Brazil, according to her obituary in 2016.
Edit

Five-star Al-Attiyah and Benavides take honors at Dakar Rally

Arab News 15 Jan 2023
DAMMAM ... Al-Attiyah’s Toyota teammate Lucas Moraes of Brazil finished third on his debut in the iconic test of endurance which reached its climax in Dammam, Saudi Arabia ... “It was important for the rally community in Brazil because it had never happened before,” he said. “I’m going to celebrate with all the Brazilian photographers.” ... ....
Edit

Five-star Al-Attiyah and Benavides take honours at Dakar Rally

Urdu Point 15 Jan 2023
Al-Attiyah's Toyota team-mate Lucas Moraes of Brazil finished third on his debut in the iconic test of endurance which reached its climax in Dammam, Saudi Arabia ... "It was important for the rally community in Brazil because it had never happened before," he said. "I'm going to celebrate with all the Brazilian photographers." ... "It hurts a little bit."
Edit

Al-Attiyah, Benavides win Dakar Rally

Taipei Times 15 Jan 2023
‘UNREAL’ ... AFP, DAMMAM, Saudi Arabia ... Al-Attiyah’s Toyota teammate Lucas Moraes of Brazil finished third in the iconic test of endurance which reached its climax in Dammam, Saudi Arabia ... “It was important for the rally community in Brazil because it had never happened before,” he said. “I’m going to celebrate with all the Brazilian photographers.” ... .
Edit

Brasilia, Oscar Niemeyer’s Modernist masterpiece, becomes a stage for right-wing insurrection

The Los Angeles Times 14 Jan 2023
On Thursday, Brazil’s artistic heritage institute released a 50-page photographic report on the extensive damages ... The cost of the damages has yet to be tallied, but UNESCO, which manages the world heritage program, announced that it will join efforts to help Brazil restore its cultural heritage.
Edit

Brazil footballer Dani Alves investigated in Spain over alleged sexual assault

The Irish Times 10 Jan 2023
Dani Alves of Brazil speaking during the World Cup in Qatar. Photograph ... The former Barcelona and Brazil defender Dani Alves is under investigation ... Brazil footballer Dani Alves investigated in Spain over alleged sexual assault.

Most Viewed

In this handout photo taken from video released by Russian Defense Ministry Press Service on Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2022, a Sineva intercontinental ballistic missile is test-fired as part of Russia's nuclear drills by a Russian nuclear submarine from the Barents Sea.
AP / Russian Defense Ministry Press Service
British nurses treating Rohingya children suffering from diphtheria in Bangladesh
Creative Commons / Russell Watkins/Department for International Development
×