Favela in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Stock image

Brazil, Concepts & Topics, Environmental Damage, Rio de Janeiro, Smog

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Stock photo ID:184334295
Upload date:October 10, 2013

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'Favela district in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Illegal housing built on a hill. Favelas are high crime areas in Rio de Janeiro. In Rio, a city of over 6 million inhabitants, poor people are forced to build shacks illegally on the mountains surrounding the city. Rain forrest is burned to make room for these areas. Often these areas are controlled by local crime lords who force the inhabitants to pay rent. The police keeps fighting these individuals, resulting in brutal shootouts.'
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