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Police raid on slum in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil leaves 18 dead

By Reuters
22 July 2022   |   8:44 am
At least 18 people were killed in a police raid targeting organized gangs in Brazil’s second largest city of Rio de Janeiro, local media reported Thursday, July 21.

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