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Brazil despair: Protests over transport, inflation gain intl support (PHOTOS)

15.06.2013 07:35

Hundreds are readying to rally across the world to support thousands of Brazilian protesters who have been taking to streets across the country over skyrocketing crime rates, insufficient, overcrowded public transport and other calamities.

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Ana Luiza 20.07.2013 20:37

What is this article all about?
We Brazilians do deserve an in-depth analysis of what is being done to our country.
What's is the problem with RT?

Anonymous user 20.06.2013 08:55

Interesting how the press seem to be playing down calls for free public transport.

Anonymous user 19.06.2013 16:43

International support Prior, During and After. The same dirty game, as usual.

Anonymous user 19.06.2013 11:04

The response of the Brazillian govt is very telling. Watch what they do, not what they say.

Anonymous user 19.06.2013 10:16

This Brazilian 'color revolution' is being directed by MI6/CIA
Objectiv e= install a puppet president

Anonymous user 19.06.2013 10:13

Looks like the MI6/CIA are no longer resorting to Getulio Vargas's 'carosseria' trips of the 50's

Anonymous user 19.06.2013 09:26

people in Brazil need an better , fair , safe, and humane country ! they don't need the world cup !

Anonymous user 19.06.2013 09:09

God Bless The People of Brazil ! keep on fighting Brazil !................... ...

Anonymous user 19.06.2013 09:04

It's not about 20 cents, it's about 64 billion dollars spent on "preparations&q uot; for the World Cup.

Anonymous user 19.06.2013 02:28

are you retarded? of course this is not about 20 cents. it's about repression.

Anonymous user 18.06.2013 08:48

Brazil is finally waking up! It's time to change! Forget about the 20 cent. We are tired of al this

Anonymous user 18.06.2013 05:36

a 20 cent rise and they protest? Sounds like stupidity to me.

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