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September 20, 2011 7:58 PM

As United Nations meets, Brazil eyes a bigger role

When Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff gives the opening speech at the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday, it will mark not only the first time that a woman has formally opened the world body's annual meeting but also an important gathering for her fast-growing nation.

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