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Videos show officers pointing guns at citizens, the streets of the community covered in blood, and people crying with their belongings on the pavement.

According to local media outlet Folha de Sao Paulo and  Police Chief Ronaldo Oliveira, the operation is the deadliest in Rio de Janeiro's history as 200 officers deployed into the residential area with live ammunition and helicopters. 

The Workers' Party is trying to join forces to confront President Jair Bolsonaro's mismanagement of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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“Vaccine apartheid” and neoliberalism are hitting both Indian and Brazilian people

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One of the main issues raised by ANVISA was the existence of replication-competent adenovirus (RCA) which is a fragment of the virus, in the vaccine. This was completely denied by the Gamaleya Institute. 

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Currently, open unemployment affects 14 percent of the economically active population in Brazil.

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According to the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center, less than 3 percent of the population has been fully vaccinated. However, the experts highlight that such a vaccine shortage at a critical moment was caused by poor planning.
 
 

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The Senate will scrutinize the government contracts and agreements that caused the transfer of resources to states and capitals and the crisis it unleashed such as requests for oxygen and other items in Amazonas and the summoning of the Minister of Health Marcelo Queiroga and the 3 ministers who left office. 

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