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Rio OKs walls against stray bullets

State legislators have approved the construction of 6.6-foot (2-meter) high walls along some main roads in crime-ridden Rio de Janeiro to protect motorists from the cross-fire of gangster shoot-outs. The measure was taken in response to frequent shootouts near the roads in which stray bullets have killed or wounded people in passing cars. Full Story

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