Brazilian Police Use Urban Counterinsurgency Tactics In Drug War

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A school has become the headquarters of Rio De Janeiro’s latest experiment in urban policing, says the Washington Post. The police have regularly launched large operations in Brazil’s favelas, or slums, in their battle against drug gangs. authorities say the occupation of Santa Marta, a small, contained neighborhood, is part of a new approach, a
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