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War In Rio Da Janeiro Slums (35 pics)

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Welcome to Rio de Janeiro, the host of the 2016 Olympics.
The firefight between rival gangs started on Saturday
12 people killed, one police helicopter shot down, eight buses and one school set on fire.
Upd. Read the first comment. Júnior, thanks for explanation


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№1 Author: Júnior (20 Oct 2009 03:03) Total user comments: 0


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Hello guys,
Im from Brazil, Rio de Janeiro.
I must tell you that Rio de Janeiro is much better than this. The problem is that we are much more exposed than everyone else in the world. Nobody knows what happens in Others big Cities of the world. We have some violence here, but just any other country in the World...
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№2 Author: Maria (20 Oct 2009 05:40) Total user comments: 0


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Hi, I'm from Brazil and I also tell them that this is the reality of our country and especially in Rio de Janeiro. National security is lacking and trafficking is growing increasingly. This fact only became better known because of the helicopter shot, but every day innocent people die and not as innocent as the war between police and traffic. Unfortunately this is the scenario that we find not improve in 2016.
Sorry if I wrote something wrong, I'm still learning English ;)
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№3 Author: jaime castro (20 Oct 2009 06:33) Total user comments: 420


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sin comentario en mexico estamos peor
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№4 Author: dodgers01 (20 Oct 2009 07:37) Total user comments: 238


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Si en mexico esta peor que brazil..
pinche narcos..
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№5 Author: ash666 (20 Oct 2009 07:53) Total user comments: 1856


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war is bad
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№6 Author: mudassargold (20 Oct 2009 08:49) Total user comments: 1951


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go hell



what kind of this war
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№7 Author: unknownj (20 Oct 2009 09:27) Total user comments: 427


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wow we had some confessions here :D im sure athletes are looking forward to Olympics now 52 53 45
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№8 Author: salsapopo (20 Oct 2009 11:24) Total user comments: 12723


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war is bad
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№9 Author: kalinke (20 Oct 2009 12:04) Total user comments: 0


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im brazilian too, i will not go to rio in any manner. My city, (Curitiba) isnt perfect, but it is too much better. Im safe here. Rio really needs a special attention. Since 2007, PM(Militar Police) captured 7 anti-air machineguns, that is normal?
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№10 Author: jÚNIOR (20 Oct 2009 12:36) Total user comments: 0


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Well,
I completly disagree with Maria that says that this is the reallity of our Country. Its because the media just notice bad things and they turn the people in panic because of this. Its been a long time that i dont see "Good stuff" in the TV News, do you think there isnt? As i told you, Brazil is a very exposed Country, everybody knows what happens here, but it doesnt happen abroad like EUA, whats the latest Slaughter youve heard that happened in there? Brazil, and specially Rio De Janeiro is one of the best place to live in the world.
1. We dont have earthquakes
2. We dont have tsunamis
3. We dont have those suicide Atacks
4. We dont suffer terrorist attacks
5. We have lots of beautiful places to see, like the Sugar loaf, beaches and lot of SUN!!!
and much more. Well, i like Rio a lot!
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№11 Author: Fuzzy (20 Oct 2009 13:17) Total user comments: 1130


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№12 Author: ayann (20 Oct 2009 14:18) Total user comments: 0


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i'm not from brazil and i have to say that rio de janeiro is a place where i would like to visit, after seeing these pictures too. JUNIOR, i think you're wrong sayin brazil is more exposed than other countries. i didn't know anythin about this slum war situtation, i live in europe. rio has a good reputation as a tourist attraction, though i think brazil could be more open about the slum politics...
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№13 Author: Peter from Hungary (20 Oct 2009 14:34) Total user comments: 0


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Where will be the 2012 Olympia held? In London. What happened there 2-3 years ago? Massive terror wave. Suicide bombers killed around 60 people. Did anyone questioned the safety of the games? No.
Be fair, and give a chance to Rio!
C ya!
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№14 Author: crazyb (20 Oct 2009 15:13) Total user comments: 277


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still there are some beautiful women there
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№15 Author: Maria (20 Oct 2009 16:06) Total user comments: 0


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Junior, I disagree with these arguments is unfortunate. We have nothing that you mentioned, but we have a violence on the rise. What will it have a place "beautiful", which is not so beautiful as well, there are other places much better if we have security?! If tourists come here to enjoy these beauties and are assaulted, kidnapped or even killed?! No use makeup, this is the reality of our country and especially of his beloved Rio de Janeiro. I'm not saying you should not give a chance to our country, but it shows the harsh reality. Again, excuse my English.

And the River is one of the best places to live in a world asks why he is not among the top ten lists released recently on the subject?! Indeed why not Brazil?! (:
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№16 Author: fucked brazilian guy (20 Oct 2009 17:07) Total user comments: 0


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Oh right Junior!!! It's all media manipulation! It didn't really happened! Of course we have a lot of beautiful landscapes and nature abundance, and we don't have earthquakes and tsunamis, wich other countries have. But we have also a enourmous injustice and iniquity that are express in our miserable society. Brasil is a lot worse than this photos reveals, everybody.
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№17 Author: Junior (20 Oct 2009 18:04) Total user comments: 8


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Of course Brazil has its problems and much violence, but we have it anywhere else in the world! Thats what im talking about. I dont like anti patriotist people that try to 'ruins' his country... We should stop thinking what the media try to make us think and search and try to develop our own concerns about everything.
If you dont know Rio de Janeiro, come and visit us. I shall show you our best places here, and Rio de Janeiro is one of the best places to visit in Brazil...
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№18 Author: FUCKED BR GUY (20 Oct 2009 19:44) Total user comments: 0


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I know Rio and all good places in there. If you think you can find the problems, violence and misery that we have in our country, anywhere else in the world, so YOU should try to visit another countries and places, and than you tell me if it is comparable. You dont even have to go out of the south america. Try Buenos Aires, or any other place in Argentina. But, aren't they a broken economy? And isn't Brazil the prime economy in south america?? Strange... maybe we do have to many people that confuses patriotism with voluntary blindness. Moreover, i don't need the media to make me think we are in a shit country (despite all the beautiful nature - or are you Mogli???), i see it wherever i come out in the streets. Now, i love my country, despite all these problems. But, i will not look to these photos above and say that the situation it's not so bad than it appears to be, when i know that in fact, it is a lot worse.
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№19 Author: tapatio (20 Oct 2009 23:07) Total user comments: 2047


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the problem is much greater than brazil or latin america...way bigger!
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№20 Author: se (21 Oct 2009 00:00) Total user comments: 0


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whi dos everonw rite in long sentinsis
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№21 Author: Provoked (21 Oct 2009 01:47) Total user comments: 0


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An obvious negative campaign by the US whom just lost its Chicago over Rio..
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№22 Author: Daniel (21 Oct 2009 02:31) Total user comments: 0


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I'm also from Brazil (I don't live in Rio but a city much safer) and I read on the papers that the chopper which was shot down is not proper for combat... it's role is to support troops on the ground spotting possible targets...
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№23 Author: jr (21 Oct 2009 08:46) Total user comments: 0


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I am from Brazil. I live outside the country for many years. I could not bear seeing the bad administration. Never go to brazil, the worst country in the world. You might die if you get there.
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№24 Author: Junior (21 Oct 2009 11:05) Total user comments: 8


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Ok, i think its enough. Each people has it own concern about all things. One thing ive learned: No matter how much you care about some things, some people will not care! Its ok, if you dont like Rio or Brazil, its ok, go to other country and live happy!
well, just the way i told you, if you want to live or travel to brazil you can count on me that i will help you to "discover" Rio buy your own sight and not the media opinion!
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№25 Author: Eduardo Buys Blog do Varejo (21 Oct 2009 19:17) Total user comments: 0


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Rio is not the paradise. It is close ...
We have a lot of trouble as a country that is trying to grow and develop and thus restore balance and justice for his people.
The World Cup and the Olympics will be a good opportunity and motivation to do this. These events will bring new investment, which will facilitate our homework.
Brazil needs to be better with the Brazilians. So it may be better also for your guests, and all other people in a better world for us all.
It is a matter of hard work and time in which we are all committed to do.
Certainly AcidCow have ample opportunity to show the true face of Rio, in the near future, albeit with some scars on his face
(grateful to the Google translator ...)
Edu
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№26 Author: WiLL (22 Oct 2009 16:03) Total user comments: 0


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Rio isn't that bad, only at the slums, at another areas everything is normal... just like every city, and this is only at the area where poor ppl live.....


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№27 Author: Davis (22 Oct 2009 17:04) Total user comments: 0


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Oh yeah, this isn't happening, is just propaganda, bla, bla bla. Wake up, people. This is cvivil war and is not happening all over the world. Is happening in Rio de Janeiro. It's not happening in other cities, is not just a slum problem.

Rio isn't ready for olympics. Period.
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№28 Author: AustinBorn (22 Oct 2009 17:32) Total user comments: 0


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Judging from the picture of the skanky looking gal with the unconcerned look on her face with the buses burning down I can see where some of the people who posted comments saying that they are from Brazil and it is "not that bad" would consider it that.

To them, buses burning down and police roaming in full metal gear in neighborhoods is not all that bad. Where I come from, scenes like those would mean my city woke up suddenly and found itself smack in the middle of a 4th world country. Or it was suddenly Obama's Chicago.
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№29 Author: Ana (22 Oct 2009 20:00) Total user comments: 0


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Actually, you are not safe anywhere in the world.
The guy from Curitiba said he was safe there, no.. you should know that "you are not".. Curitiba is becoming one of the most violent places in Brazil.. that's for sure... you prolly just need to read more..
I'm from Brazil. I live in Rio de Janeiro., I love my city, but everything that other countries see is just a view of IPANEMA, LEBLON, SÃO CONRADO.. and because of that We can finnaly say: Rio is more than that.
The problem is we have SLUMS everywhere, more than a thousand! And definitely is something bad. The Olimpic games here is a tremendous mistake. Rio can't support something like this. Don't expect too much when your country is full of corruptians. This is not a real democracy, we are living in the middle or worst...
And sorry If I don't share the same thought of: WHAT'S THE PROBLEM? THERE ARE SOME WAR ZONES IN THE WORLD MUCH MORE DANGEROUS... The solution is not about turning hemp or cocaine in something legal... for me, a pot head is not so diferent from a drugdealer.
Stop living in a magic world and start seeing real life. Rio needs help. That's for sure.
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№30 Author: Kelly (22 Oct 2009 22:03) Total user comments: 0


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Whose pictures are these?
The Olympic games and Cup won't fix anything.
I am from Rio and I lived in a war-zone area. All I wanted was to run away from there.
Despite all the wonderful things that are there, this is not a place that offers a deign condition for most human being who live there.
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