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  Issue Date: 12 / 2017  
 

In Brazil, Religious Gang Leaders Say They're Waging a Holy War



Robert Muggah
 

n some gang-controlled parts of Rio, just wearing the religious garb of Candomblé or Umbanda is a crime punishable by expulsion. Reuters/Ueslei Marcelino Click image to enlarge.


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