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Brazil's Supreme Court halts police raids in Rio's favelas during pandemic

Reuters Saturday, 6 June 2020
A Brazilian Supreme Court minister on Friday prohibited police raids in Rio de Janeiro's favelas during the novel coronavirus pandemic, as a groundswell of criticism of brutal police tactics grows in Latin America's largest nation.
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