A poet, video-maker and performance artist, Ricardo Domeneck grew up in a small town in Brazil - but he's lived in Berlin since 2002. Domeneck started writing poetry when he was 13. A collection of his poems has just been published in German.
Several people were killed as the opposition boycotted an election that could place near-total power in the hands President Nicolas Maduro. The US was set to announce tough new sanctions against the oil-rich country.
US officials have named 16 officials charged in a new indictment, just hours after two FIFA vice-presidents were arrested in Zurich by Swiss authorities. Guilty pleas for eight previous defendants were also confirmed.
The impeachment trial against suspended Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff continued into a third day. Former Brazilian Economy Minister Nelson Barbosa said Rousseff did "nothing remotely illegal."
Britain has said it will arrest WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange if he leaves his refuge in the Ecuadoran embassy in London. Their decision comes after requests that Assange be allowed to see a doctor.
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