Brazil football star Romario has said FIFA must not be allowed to dictate changes to Brazilian law ahead of the World Cup in 2014. Romario, who is now a congressman, said laws that guarantee half-price tickets to students and pensioners should not be swept away.
According to a report released by the Internet Market Institute, the highest rate of network use in the world is in the Falkland Islands. Taiwan ranked number 35 on the list and was number 5 in Asia, reports the Taiwan News.
Brazil's ministry for women has called for a TV advertising campaign showing supermodel Gisele Bundchen in just her underwear and high heels to be banned
An original drawing by John Lennon is part of the more than 120 lots of Beatles memorabilia that will be auctioned in Buenos Aires by South America's largest collector of the Fab Four.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff had a positive meeting with FIFA general secretary Jerome Valcke on Monday to discuss the 2014 World Cup, Brazil's Sports Minister Orlando Silva said Tuesday.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff plans to meet the president of soccer's world governing body on Monday to resolve a legal dispute over the 2014 World Cup, the Estado de S. Paulo newspaper reported.
A successful Guinness World Record attempt for the longest bikini parade has turned into priceless advertising for Australia’s Gold Coast, admit city officials.
Shakira’s former boyfriend and manager is no longer a member of the lonely hearts club, but has kept faithful to the Colombian blend: Antonio De la Rúa’s new couple is none less than a former Miss Colombia.
A jealous Brazilian woman could not tolerate her man’s double life with a second lover, so she appealed to her life’s savings to have the competitor for the same love, ‘Lupita’ disappeared.
It has been a news-headlines plagued Miss Universe pageant, both before and after, that finally crowned beauty queen Leila Lopes, Angola’s first in Sao Paulo.