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Brazilians continue to face over-the-top prices

Brazilians continue to face over-the-top prices

As Brazil narrows the income gap between the rich and poor, it is the middle class that is being affected by persistent inflation.

Lebanon vulnerable to Syria spillover, analysts say

Lebanon vulnerable to Syria spillover, analysts say

A weakened state will not be able to hold its sectarian divisions in check if the fighting continues to cross over the border.

Egypt’s day of death and despair

Egypt’s day of death and despair

A security operation to clear camps occupied by supporters of ousted former President Mohamed Morsi leaves thousands among dead and injured.

In Russia, Snowden exits transit and enters unknown

In Russia, Snowden exits transit and enters unknown

The NSA whistle-blower's ordeal, which now enters a new phase, reads like a spy novel-cum-movie. But are Russian-US ties adversely affected?

Snowden’s Russia bid is a ‘good start to a complicated situation’

Snowden’s Russia bid is a ‘good start to a complicated situation’

Legal experts have told The BRICS Post that Snowden's asylum application could take some time to be reviewed.

Is June 30 Egypt’s zero hour?

Is June 30 Egypt’s zero hour?

The Tamarod, or rebellion, movement says its goal is to oust President Mohamed Morsi, elected exactly a year ago, and hold new elections.

Brazil’s autumn of discontent

Brazil’s autumn of discontent

The protests have gained momentum despite concessions by authorities to rescind the bus fare increases.

Brazil’s autumn of discontent

Brazil’s autumn of discontent

The protests have gained momentum despite concessions by authorities to rescind the bus fare increases.

‘BRICS to form electronic secretariat’

‘BRICS to form electronic secretariat’

Sergei Storchak, deputy finance minister of Russia speaks exclusively to The BRICS Post.

Erdogan undercut his own political capital

Erdogan undercut his own political capital

By using force to quell dissenting voices, the prime minister pushed thousands back into the park where it all started.