Brazil judge drops case on Bolsonaro stay in Hungarian embassy

    A Brazilian Supreme Court judge dismissed a case against former president Jair Bolsonaro over his two-day stay at the Hungarian embassy, ruling there was no hard evidence he was trying to evade prosecution.Bolsonaro came under scrutiny when it emerged he had stayed at the embassy in February, days after police confiscated his passport as part of their investigation into allegations the far-right ex-president took part in a coup attempt aimed at keeping him in power despite his 2022 election loss

  • The Guardian

    Can San Diego FC pull off their plan to be the Ajax of North America?

    The new MLS franchise is owned by the Right to Dream academy, they plan to use a model inspired by LeBron James to carve out a new path in US soccer

  • AFP

    Indigenous people march in Brazil to demand land demarcation

    Thousands of Indigenous people with colorful feathered headdresses and bows and arrows marched Tuesday in Brazil's capital to demand the demarcation of their lands, an issue that pits a leftist president again a conservative-dominated congress.One of President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva's campaign pledges before taking power last year was to set boundaries for the traditional lands of Brazil's 1.7 million Indigenous people, resuming a policy that his far-right predecessor Jair Bolsonaro had aband

  • Football London

    Son of Chelsea legend labelled 'new Jose Mourinho' hunting for next manager job

    Anthony Hudson has left his role as head coach of Al Markiyah in Qatar after just three matches and is now free to speak to other clubs