Dom Phillips

CorrespondentRio de Janeiro


Flows of moisture are reduced, the report says, influencing rainfall patterns and temperatures.

  • Dec 19, 2014

Squatters move in and take charge of modern buildings as the government housing plan falls short.

  • Dec 16, 2014

All sorts of factors have prevented it from performing as the people of the country think it should.

  • Dec 9, 2014

A bird’s-eye view from an ultralight plane shows just how dry Sao Paulo’s reservoirs really are

  • Nov 18, 2014

Even pumping “dead water,” São Paulo must cut off the flow nightly to many. But don’t call it rationing.

  • Nov 18, 2014

Brazil’s state-owned oil company Petrobras tries to cope with burgeoning corruption scandal dubbed “Operation Carwash.“

  • Nov 17, 2014

Rousseff has called for unity at a time when Brazil is divided along economic, racial and class-based fault lines.

  • Oct 27, 2014

President Dilma Rousseff was reelected after one of the closest, most aggressive campaigns in the country’s recent history.

  • Oct 26, 2014

Bahia State has benefited from a federal income support program, but some would prefer to see more jobs.

  • Oct 24, 2014

Candidates in the Oct. 26 election are campaigning on their past records, rather than future proposals.

  • Oct 21, 2014
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Dom Phillips is The Post’s Brazil correspondent, based in Rio de Janeiro. He has reported from Brazil for The Times (UK), Guardian, Sunday Times (UK), Bloomberg World View, UK soccer monthly Four Four Two and women’s weekly Grazia, People Magazine, Folha de S.Paulo English language blog From Brazil and Financial Times special reports. He was also Rio correspondent for energy news wire Platts. Dom moved to Brazil in 2007 and has lived in São Paulo and Rio. He was born and raised on Merseyside in the UK.
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