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March 05, 2014
Revellers walk through garbage strewn on a pavement in front of the Arcos da Lapa water duct in Rio de...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Revellers walk through garbage strewn on the pavement in front of the Arcos da Lapa water duct in Rio...
Revellers walk through garbage strewn on a pavement in front of the Arcos da Lapa water duct in Rio de Janeiro March 5, 2014. If the hangovers many are nursing after their annual Carnival celebrations weren't enough, residents of Rio de Janeiro awoke Wednesday to smelly streets, mounting household garbage and heaps of party refuse uncollected for a fifth consecutive day. The result of a trash collectors' strike timed to coincide with the festival, which officially ended Wednesday, the growing garbage backlog is a fetid after note to revelry that this year drew as many as 5 million people to the streets of Brazil's second-biggest city. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
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