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Anti-EU UKIP party loses its only lawmaker

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LONDON UKIP party, widely credited as having been a major factor behind the country's decision to leave the European Union, lost its only lawmaker on Saturday when Douglas Carswell announced he was leaving the party.

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'Operation Weak Flesh' takes bite out of Brazil's meat exports 1:56pm GMT

SAO PAULO Brazil's meat exports have fallen sharply since a police investigation into alleged bribery of food-sanitation inspectors in the world's top beef and poultry exporter sparked a wave of trade bans, an industry group said on Friday.

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Satisfied Scolari has no plans to quit Guangzhou Evergrande 9:24am GMT

GUANGZHOU World Cup-winning manager Luiz Felipe Scolari has denied reports in his native Brazil that he will retire from coaching at the end of the current Chinese Super League season.

Soccer-Satisfied Scolari has no plans to quit Guangzhou Evergrande 9:15am GMT

GUANGZHOU, March 25 World Cup-winning manager Luiz Felipe Scolari has denied reports in his native Brazil that he will retire from coaching at the end of the current Chinese Super League season.

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Venus braves the weather to beat Brazilian, Vesnina stunned 6:52am GMT

Venus Williams overcame windy weather and an unfamiliar opponent in Brazilian Beatriz Haddad Maia to reach the third round of the Miami Open on Friday.

UPDATE 1-Tennis-Venus braves the weather to beat Brazilian, Vesnina stunned 6:49am GMT

March 24 Venus Williams overcame windy weather and an unfamiliar opponent in Brazilian Beatriz Haddad Maia to reach the third round of the Miami Open on Friday.

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Whistleblower in Brazil meat scandal takes on powerful industry 12:24am GMT

CURITIBA, Brazil When government health inspector Daniel Gouveia Teixeira confronted a Brazilian processed meat plant with what he says was evidence of excess use of marrow, bone and other slaughterhouse by-products in food for human consumption, he was suddenly removed as the plant's inspector.

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Brazil meat probe will show further evidence of graft - sources 12:24am GMT

SAO PAULO A police inquiry into corruption and unsanitary conditions in Brazil's powerful meatpacking industry contains more than 8,000 pages of evidence suggesting systematic fraud, not just isolated abuses, said three sources with direct knowledge of the probe.

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'Operation Weak Flesh' takes bite out of Brazil's meat exports 12:24am GMT

SAO PAULO Brazil's meat exports have fallen sharply since a police investigation into alleged bribery of food-sanitation inspectors in the world's top beef and poultry exporter sparked a wave of trade bans, an industry group said on Friday.

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Whistleblower in Brazil meat scandal takes on powerful industry 12:17am GMT

CURITIBA, Brazil When government health inspector Daniel Gouveia Teixeira confronted a Brazilian processed meat plant with what he says was evidence of excess use of marrow, bone and other slaughterhouse by-products in food for human consumption, he was suddenly removed as the plant's inspector.

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EU leaders renew fraying Union's vows on 60th anniversary

ROME Europeans must contain their squabbling and carping about the EU if the Union is to survive, leaders warned on Saturday as they marked the 60th anniversary of its founding in Rome by signing a formal declaration of unity. | Video