The United States and Brazil Wednesday signed a pact to implement cooperative technical activities in poor countries, the secretary of state's office said.
Economists in Davos, Switzerland, awarded Brazil's President Luiz Inancio Lula da Silva the World Economic Forum's first Global Statesmanship Award Friday.
The U.S. and Brazilian governments Thursday said they will expand biofuels cooperation to move forward several of their shared energy goals.
Ties between Brazil and Venezuela are strained following criticism of the Brazilian Congress by Venezuela's president, a leading Brazilian official said.
Brazilian Foreign Minister Celso Amorim has suggested that U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice address the U.N. Security Council on violence in Haiti.
Hundreds of demonstrators, many armed with bamboo sticks, confronted police Saturday outside the World Trade Organization meeting in Hong Kong.
The fight against terrorism must respect human rights or it will play into the hands of terrorists, Brazilian Foreign Minister Celso Amorim said.
British officials expressed regret for the accidental police killing of a Brazilian man mistakenly thought to be a suspect in earlier London bombings.
Four foreign ministers of the "G4" countries seeking permanent U.N. Security Council seats have taken their campaign to U.N. World Headquarters in New York.
Brazil and Argentina have embarked on an "ambitious plan" to improve economic ties following a recent row between the nations.