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Robbers shoot bodyguards of Brazilian president's son

Robbers shot two military bodyguards Wednesday, wounding one seriously, as they stole a car belonging to the son of Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, police said. Sandro Luiz da Silva, who is in his early twenties, was inside his girlfriend’s home in the Sao Paulo satellite city of Santo Andre, when the two robbers nabbed his car, parked outside with two security guards in it. One of the bodyguards was shot in the head and is in critical condition, local civil police chief Oswaldo Fuentes Junior said, adding that police did not believe the robbers were aware whose car it was. The two assailants drove the car about two miles before holding up a family and making off in their car, Fuentes said. Full Story

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