Brazilians Continue Widespread Protests
Now approaching a two-week mark since their initial surge, the protests occurring throughout Brazil have continued, but at a smaller scale. President Dilma Rousseff is slated to meet with demonstration leaders, according to BBC.
(Photo: AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
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