Brazilian Protests 2013 News
Will Roussef’s Political Move End the Protests in Brazil ?
Roussef's Daring Political Proposals Designed to put an end to the Protests
The Brazilian Spring: An Explainer
On June 20, more than a million Brazilians swarmed the streets across 400 cities to protest government policies, social inequality, and the exorbitant costs of the World Cup and the Confederations Cup. Here’s everything you need to know about this headline-grabbing story: Why is this a big deal?
5 Reasons Why Brazil Is Protesting
On Saturday, thousands of Brazilian fans at the Estadio Nacional Mane Garrincha booed and heckled FIFA president Sepp Blatter and Brazilian president Dilma Roussef during the opening ceremony of the Confederations Cup . Although that response has become fairly common at events that involve Blatter
Violent Protests Over Bus Fare Hike Spread Across Brazil
A Rise in Bus Fares has Sparked a Series of Anti Government Protests in Brazil