To increase the security at the upcoming Football World Cup in Brazil in 2014, the Brazil government will reportedly use a fleet of robots that are usually used to neutralize roadside bombs and inspect areas for traces of explosives. The battle-tested remote ... Zee News, 1 hour ago
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The Brazilian government says some of the security robots bought to improve public safety during the 2014 World Cup will be ready for the Confederations Cup in June. The company iRobot said the 30 robots will be delivered by the end of the year, ...CHINAdaily, 5 hours ago Brazil says new robots... Arab News, 12 hours ago iRobot charged with improving public safety for Brazil 2014 World Cup NDTV, 19 hours ago Brazil to unveil World Cup security robots Calcutta News.Net, 4 hours ago
Press Release ? CEPSA will have a 50% equity stake in Blocks 717 and 665 in the Cear ? This award represents the Company's entry into upstream activities in ? 3D seismic acquisition will be conducted on both blocks CEPSA is pleased to announce that ...Noodls, 14 hours ago Brazil: 11th oil and gas round bags record investments Oil & Gas Technology, 20 hours ago Premier Targets 3 Billion Barrels of Oil Expanding Into Brazil BusinessWeek, 1 day ago Ecopetrol Highest Bidder for Three Blocks Offshore Brazil Offshore Energy Today, 1 day ago
Petrominerales will hold a 100 percent interest in Block REC-T 106 and Block TUC-T 177 and a 75 percent interest in Block REC-T 107. All three blocks have an initial three-year exploration phase, it said. The contracts will complete in August.Proactive Investors USA, 12 hours ago Petrominerales receives three blocks in Brazil Stockwatch, 19 hours ago Petrominerales Awarded Three Blocks in the 11th Bid Round in Brazil NewsBlaze, 1 day ago Oil & Gas - Brazil - MPX to acquire 50% stake in Parnaíba blocks Business News Americas, 1 day ago
Most Americans don't care about the World Trade Organization, let alone know what it does. But what it does can effect their daily lives, like it or not. When the WTO said that Brazil was in the right regarding cotton subsidies, U.S. farmers lost ...Forbes.com, 10 hours ago New leader, daunting job The Hindu, 3 days ago Brazilian Azevedo vows to revive WTO Business Standard, 3 days ago Brazil's Azevedo becomes first Latin American to head WTO MSN India, 1 week ago
Recently reconstructed Maracaná stadium in Rio de Janeiro. Credit: Governo do Rio de Janeiro CC BY 3.0 As Brazil prepares to host several sporting mega-events, human rights abuses and authoritarian interventions by the authorities are going on ...Inter Press Service, 9 hours ago Brazil charges 60 cops with corruption Prokerala, 2 weeks ago
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Brazilian police have uncovered a trafficking network involving Bangladeshis who were smuggled into the South American country with promises of good wages but ended up doing slave labour.Business Standard, 13 hours ago Brazil police probe killing of drug trafficker Sify, 1 week ago Brazil police arrest 3 in killings of homeless Sify, 1 month ago
As the inflow of cheaper sugar from Brazil and Pakistan inches close to half-million tonnes, influencing domestic prices, a section of sugar millers has urged the Government to hike import duty to 30 per cent. Currently, the import of raw and refined sugar ...Business Line, 15 hours ago
According to data released by Brazil's foreign trade ministry, the country's exports of steel pipes and tubes totaled 14.618 tonne in April, slumping by 49% from a month ago. In April, Netherlands was the largest importer of the Brazilian steel ...Steel Guru, 22 hours ago
Brazilian police say they have identified a gang specialising in trafficking Bangladeshi nationals into the country. About 80 workers have been lured by their own countrymen with promises of earning up to $1,500 (£985) a month. But they ended up ...BBC, 1 day ago Brazil uncovers 'trafficking gang' BBC, 1 day ago Trafficking Gang 'Smuggled Bangladeshis into Brazil' This Day Online, 23 hours ago Trafficked workers in slave-like conditions on rise in S.America's biggest economy, Brazil News on Air, 2 days ago
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