Amazonia_Brazil's infrastructure projects


Roberto Manhães Reis discovers how new infrastructure projects are affecting the Brazilian rainforest.


Report, Camera & Editing: Roberto Manhães Reis

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Poverty and Economic growths in Brazil


DW-TV reporter Roberto Manhães Reis explores the streets of his hometown Sao Paulo, Brazil after an absence of ten years.


Report, Camera & Editing: Roberto Manhães Reis

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German-Jewish search for clues in Brazil

Ernst Wolfgang Hamburger was three years old when his family fled Nazi Germany. In 1936, the Jewish family settled in Brazil. Now Hamburger, an emeritus professor of physics, is organizing a reunion of family members from all over the world. He's getting help from his son Cao, who directed a film about Jewish life in São Paulo. Join us for the last episode in our series.


Report: Ricarda Otte

Camera & Editing: Roberto Manhães Reis

Guestland Brazil_Luiz Ruffato, Carola Saavedra, Daniel Galera


Arts.21 introduces three writers from 2013 Guest of Honor Brazil: Luiz Ruffato whose "There Were Many Horses" deals with the mega-city of Sao Paulo; Daniel Galera, whose "Blood-Soaked Beard" is an homage to the sea; and Carola Saavedra, whose "Landscapes with Dromedary" is a love story.


Report: Ricarda Otte

Camera & Editing: Roberto Manhães Reis

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Moçambique's History in Mafalalas


In Mafalala, on the outskirts of Mozambique's capital, Maputo, Ivan Laranjeira and his friends take visitors on an unusual walking tour, introducing them to the country's history as well as to some of Mafalala's most famous sons.


Report: Cristiane Vieira Teixeira

Camera & Editing: Roberto Manhães Reis

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The Pau Brasil National Parc


The final remnants of the Atlantic coastal rain forest Mata Atlantica are located in regions which are home to more than 120 million Brazilians. This is at the heart of the Brazilian economy. At the same time the forests are among the five most important global biodiversity hot spots.


report & editing: Roberto Manhães Reis

câmera: Daniel Lobo

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