For today Geo Quiz, we asked what country has elevated the soccer move known as the ?paradinha? to an art form? The answer is Brazil. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with The World's resident soccer expert, William Troop.
Brazil has the potential to become one of the world's largest producers of oil if it can tap its reserves deep under the South Atlantic. Anchor Marco Werman discusses Brazilian views of deep-sea oil drilling with the BBC's Paulo Cabral.
Fewer trees were cut down in the Amazon rainforest this past year. Climate scientists say Brazil has done well, but deforestation is more than one nation's problem. Marco Werman talks with Dr William Laurance of the Smithsonian Institution.
You don't need a musical instrument to make music. The human body is a musical instrument. A Brazilian body music group called Barbatuques performed in New York recently and as The World's Alex Gallafent discovered, their approach is infectious.
Politicians recently approved a bill to create a linguistic hotline in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It's not the first one in the country. Reporter Jason Strother tells us about another grammar call-in service that's been around for 30 years.
The World's Marco Werman takes us back to 1969 in London, where Brazilian musicians Caetano Veloso and Gilberto Gil were soaking up a music scene that would influence their music for the rest of their careers.
Japan's government has been paying Brazilian immigrants to go home and stay home. But many who have gone home don't feel like they fit in. They want to go back to Japan. Jason Strother reports from Sao Paolo.