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7 Feb. 2012
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BRAZIL-CRIME/
RTR2XGUI
7 Feb. 2012
SALVADOR DA BAHIA, Brazil
A worker closes his business earlier than usual due to an increased crime wave since state police went on strike for better wages, in Salvador da Bahia February 7, 2012. A toll of 115 murders and widespread looting, assaults and vandalism in the past week are roiling Brazil's third-biggest city, casting doubts over upcoming carnival celebrations and raising questions about security ahead of the 2014 World Cup. More than 3,000 federal troops were dispatched to the northeastern state of Bahia in recent days to restore order after much of the state's military police force went on strike last Tuesday to demand higher wages. REUTERS/Lunae Parracho (BRAZIL - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS BUSINESS)
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