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São Paulo, Avenida Paulista
By Ettore Chiereguini
29 May 2019

Bolsonaro's wins to the Brazilian house gathered many of passionate supporters to the most famous Sao Paulo's avenue, Paulista. The streets were taken by the people to celebrate what they've came to mind would be a 'new era' of Brazilian politics and the fight against the corruption from the last government.

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By Ettore Chiereguini
27 Oct 2018

Bolsonaro's wins to the Brazilian house gathered many of passionate supporters to the most famous Sao Paulo's avenue, Paulista. The streets were taken by the people to celebrate what they've came to mind would be a 'new era' of Brazilian politics and the fight against the corruption from the last government.

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By Ettore Chiereguini
27 Oct 2018

Bolsonaro's wins to the Brazilian house gathered many of passionate supporters to the most famous Sao Paulo's avenue, Paulista. The streets were taken by the people to celebrate what they've came to mind would be a 'new era' of Brazilian politics and the fight against the corruption from the last government.

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By Ettore Chiereguini
27 Oct 2018

Bolsonaro's wins to the Brazilian house gathered many of passionate supporters to the most famous Sao Paulo's avenue, Paulista. The streets were taken by the people to celebrate what they've came to mind would be a 'new era' of Brazilian politics and the fight against the corruption from the last government.

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By Ettore Chiereguini
27 Oct 2018

Bolsonaro's wins to the Brazilian house gathered many of passionate supporters to the most famous Sao Paulo's avenue, Paulista. The streets were taken by the people to celebrate what they've came to mind would be a 'new era' of Brazilian politics and the fight against the corruption from the last government.

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By Ettore Chiereguini
27 Oct 2018

Bolsonaro's wins to the Brazilian house gathered many of passionate supporters to the most famous Sao Paulo's avenue, Paulista. The streets were taken by the people to celebrate what they've came to mind would be a 'new era' of Brazilian politics and the fight against the corruption from the last government.

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By Ettore Chiereguini
27 Oct 2018

Bolsonaro's wins to the Brazilian house gathered many of passionate supporters to the most famous Sao Paulo's avenue, Paulista. The streets were taken by the people to celebrate what they've came to mind would be a 'new era' of Brazilian politics and the fight against the corruption from the last government.

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By Ettore Chiereguini
27 Oct 2018

Bolsonaro's wins to the Brazilian house gathered many of passionate supporters to the most famous Sao Paulo's avenue, Paulista. The streets were taken by the people to celebrate what they've came to mind would be a 'new era' of Brazilian politics and the fight against the corruption from the last government.

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By Ettore Chiereguini
27 Oct 2018

Bolsonaro's wins to the Brazilian house gathered many of passionate supporters to the most famous Sao Paulo's avenue, Paulista. The streets were taken by the people to celebrate what they've came to mind would be a 'new era' of Brazilian politics and the fight against the corruption from the last government.

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avenida paulista
By Ettore Chiereguini
27 Oct 2018

Bolsonaro's wins to the Brazilian house gathered many of passionate supporters to the most famous Sao Paulo's avenue, Paulista. The streets were taken by the people to celebrate what they've came to mind would be a 'new era' of Brazilian politics and the fight against the corruption from the last government.

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By Ettore Chiereguini
27 Oct 2018

Bolsonaro's wins to the Brazilian house gathered many of passionate supporters to the most famous Sao Paulo's avenue, Paulista. The streets were taken by the people to celebrate what they've came to mind would be a 'new era' of Brazilian politics and the fight against the corruption from the last government.

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By Ettore Chiereguini
27 Oct 2018

Bolsonaro's wins to the Brazilian house gathered many of passionate supporters to the most famous Sao Paulo's avenue, Paulista. The streets were taken by the people to celebrate what they've came to mind would be a 'new era' of Brazilian politics and the fight against the corruption from the last government.

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Recife
By Flavio Forner
18 Jan 2016

Recife's Health Department workers and soldiers from the Brazilian military work together in detecting mosquito outbreaks.The municipality in Recife wants to introduce penalties for its citizens who don't follow the instructions on preventing the spread of the mosquito Aedes aegypti.

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Recife
By Flavio Forner
18 Jan 2016

A Brazilian army soldier checking a house in Recife for Aedes aegypti mosquitoes. The municipality in Recife wants to introduce penalties for its citizens who don't follow the instructions on preventing the spread of the Aedes Aegypti. The city now gets the help of the Brazilian military in detecting mosquito outbreaks.

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Recife
By Flavio Forner
18 Jan 2016

A Brazilian army soldier and Recife's Health Department worker talk to local resident to check for Aedes Aegypti mosquitoes. The municipality in Recife wants to introduce penalties for its citizens who don't follow the instructions on preventing the spread of the Aedes aegypti. The city now gets the help of the Brazilian military in detecting mosquito outbreaks.

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Recife
By Flavio Forner
18 Jan 2016

A biologist works in a laboratory at Fiocruz Research Institute in Recife, Brazil. Across the country, scientists race against the clock to develop a vaccine for the Zika virus. Other scientists from Africa and the US flew to Brazil to help.

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Recife
By Flavio Forner
18 Jan 2016

Biologist Constancia Ayres from Fiocruz Research Institute in Recife, Brazil. Across the country, scientists race against the clock to develop a vaccine for the Zika virus. Other scientists from Africa and the US flew to Brazil to help.

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Recife
By Flavio Forner
18 Jan 2016

Biologist Constancia Ayres from Fiocruz Research Institute in Recife, Brazil, where she studies the evolution of the mosquito since Africa. Across the country, scientists race against the clock to develop a vaccine for the Zika virus. Other scientists from Africa and the US flew to Brazil to help.

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Recife
By Flavio Forner
18 Jan 2016

The mosquito Aedes aegypti spreads four different types of Dengue and Chikungunya, and now the Zika virus.

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Recife
By Flavio Forner
18 Jan 2016

Biologist Constancia Ayres from Fiocruz Research Institute in Recife, Brazil, where she studies the evolution of the mosquito since Africa. Across the country, scientists race against the clock to develop a vaccine for the Zika virus. Other scientists from Africa and the US flew to Brazil to help.

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Recife
By Flavio Forner
18 Jan 2016

The mosquito Aedes aegypti spreads four different types of Dengue and Chikungunya, and now the Zika virus.

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Recife
By Flavio Forner
17 Jan 2016

Dr. Angela Rocha, 67, infectologist at the Oswaldo Cruz hospital in Recife, Pernambuco (Brazil).

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Recife
By Flavio Forner
17 Jan 2016

Mothers awaiting care in the waiting room at Oswaldo Cruz Hospital in Recife.

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Recife
By Flavio Forner
17 Jan 2016

Nadja Gomes Bezerra, 42, a telemarketing operator with her 4 month-old daughter Alice, one of many Brazilians babies born in the recent months with microcephaly: a skull that is smaller at birth than 32 cm.

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Recife
By Flavio Forner
17 Jan 2016

Erika Roque with her son Eric, born with microcephaly, at the Oswaldo Cruz Hospital in Recife, where he receives physical therapy.

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Recife
By Flavio Forner
17 Jan 2016

Dr. Angela, infectious disease specialist at the Oswaldo Cruz Hospital in Recife, shows an image of the skull of a child with microcephaly.

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Recife
By Flavio Forner
17 Jan 2016

Rafael, an official from Recife's Health Department at a meeting on actions to combat the Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, insect that spreads the Zika virus.

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Rio de Janeiro
By Luke Dennison
02 Apr 2015

Local kids pose outside of the football field in Morro do Salgueiro, Rio de Janeiro.

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Rio de Janeiro
By Luke Dennison
02 Apr 2015

A young girl balances on the fence outside of the football field in Morro do Salgueiro, Rio de Janeiro.

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Rio de Janeiro
By Luke Dennison
02 Apr 2015

A man bounces a football on his knee on Botafogo beach, Rio de Janeiro.

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Rio de Janeiro
By Luke Dennison
02 Apr 2015

A boy from Morro do Salgueiro wears a necklace depicting Mother Mary.

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Rio de Janeiro
By Luke Dennison
02 Apr 2015

A young boy strikes a pose outside of Botafogo metro.

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Rio de Janeiro
By Luke Dennison
02 Apr 2015

A young player pauses mid game in Pavão Pavãozinho, Rio de Janeiro.

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Rio de Janeiro
By Luke Dennison
02 Apr 2015

Washington leans against a fence at the football field in Pavão Pavãozinho, Rio de Janeiro.

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Rio de Janeiro
By Luke Dennison
30 Mar 2015

Football net at night in Pavão Pavãozinho, Rio de Janeiro.

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Rio de Janeiro
By Luke Dennison
30 Mar 2015

A local girl poses at the football field in Morro do Salgueiro.

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Rio de Janeiro
By Luke Dennison
30 Mar 2015

Two boys guarding the net during scrimmage in Morro do Salgueiro, Rio de Janeiro.

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World Cup Legacy in Porto Alegre
Porto Alegre, Brazil
By Roberta Scherer
09 Jul 2014

Even close to its end, the World Cup still impacts the Brazilian people. The removals that happened for the construction of stadiums, enlargement of roads and airports are still a subject of discussion. A lot of Brazilians are still affected by the measures taken for the realization of the event.
Many popular movements united and founded the World Cup popular committees. These comities intend to promote discussion and a bigger involvement on subjects related to urban renovations, exploitation of labor and temporary measures related to the competition. Cláudia Fávaro, one of the founders of the Committee in Porto Alegre, says that the biggest concern about the removals is that, according to her, they are being held improperly.
A typical case is that of the inhabitants of the Vila Dique, close to Salgado Filho International Airport, in Porto Alegre. Part of the community was removed for the enlargement of the airstrip. A significant part of the dwellers are collectors of recycled material and the new homes they were offered are in apartments in a building, making their task harder. However, the biggest problem is related to the structure of the new residences, because they do not have enough public infrastructures to shelter 1.4 thousand families. According to the inhabitants, they do not have health centers or schools to put their children. All the public infrastructure has currently been transferred and the population that still lives in Vila Dique is completely unassisted, feeling obligated to move.
Despite the removals, the renovations planned to enlarge the runway have not been finished. According to Cláudia Favaro, a study made after the removals says that the ground is a wetland, making it impossible to build the runway.