RIO DE JANEIRO(Reuters) – Leaders of Rio de Janeiro’s heavily armed drug gangs agree on at least one thing with the head of Brazil’s army: An ongoing military intervention cannot solve the soaring crime and violence that is roiling the seaside metropolis.
A BBC investigation finds that North Korean workers are being exported to make money for the government.
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Exploding ATMs add another complication to Rio de Janeiro’s chronic security crisis, spreading fear among the public and dealing a blow to property prices for residents with homes near banks.
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