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Dismantling a nation's 'masculinity' at the World Cup
Notions of masculinity and national pride dominate football's grand narrative.
Last updated: 19 Jul 2014 09:16 GMT
Scolari resigns as Brazil manager
Luiz Felipe Scolari quits after country's football team suffer two humiliating defeats as host of the 2014 World Cup.
Last updated: 15 Jul 2014 01:01 GMT
Life goes on, says coach Scolari
Brazil coach refuses to step down after humiliating defeat in the World Cup semi-final and looks ahead to the playoff.
Last updated: 09 Jul 2014 20:19 GMT
Heavy fighting resumes on Rwanda-DRC border
Countries blame each other of crossing border and killing soldiers as Western officials seek to play down rhetoric.
Last updated: 12 Jun 2014 11:13 GMT
UN forces introduce drones in Congo
The move marks the first time that UN peacekeepers have used surveillance drones anywhere.
Last updated: 04 Dec 2013 07:35 GMT
DR Congo protesters attack UN convoy
Angry demonstrators in eastern city of Goma want the disarmament security zone extended to other regions.
Last updated: 03 Aug 2013 05:21 GMT
Scolari named as Brazil coach
After winning the World Cup in 2002 with Brazil, Luiz Felipe Scolari is back in charge replacing sacked Mano Menezes.
Last updated: 29 Nov 2012 14:53 GMT
Scolari linked to vacant Brazil job
The man who won 2002 World Cup with Brazil is one of the names likely to replace Mano Menezes ahead of 2014 World Cup.
Last updated: 28 Nov 2012 18:37 GMT
Argentina replaces navy chief over ship row
The snap decision by the president follows Ghana's seizure of a naval training ship over a debt dispute.
Last updated: 16 Oct 2012 18:54 GMT
Mexico officers held over murder
Six policemen, including house guard, among suspects in mayor's kidnapping and killing.
Last updated: 21 Aug 2010 06:05 GMT
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Australia's indigenous incarceration crisis
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