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Rio’s kids are dying in the crossfire of a wave of violence

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Schools caught in crossfire in violent Rio de Janeiro

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Gruesome videos, not officials, tell of Brazil prison deaths

Brazil Prisons Families Pain

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Life at Brazil prison where the state has lost control

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Electrical tape-bikinis and sun for perfect tan lines in Rio

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Tale of two Rios, the Olympic city and the rest of town

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Two judo athletes from Congo make refugee Olympic team

In this May 26, 2016 photo, Yolande Mabika, a refugee from the Democratic Republic of Congo, takes a break during Judo training at the Reacao Institute in Rio de Janeiro, as she trains in hopes of making the cut for the first Olympic team of refugee athletes. In 2013, Mabika and another judo athlete from Congo traveled to Brazil with the team to compete at the World Judo Championships. They say officials left them at their downtown Rio hotel for three days prior to the competition without food, money or passports. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

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Bike lane collapses in Olympic city killing two

Rescue workers, bottom right, carry away the body of a person who died when a bike lane collapse in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Thursday, April 21, 2016. Part of an elevated bike lane built ahead of the Olympic Games collapsed on Thursday, killing at least two people who were on it when cement gave way and crashed onto the beach below. (AP Photo/Renata Brito)

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Brazil family fights to keep tigers

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