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Police revise Sao Paulo toll down

Police in Brazil have revised downwards the number of people they say were shot dead by officers in response to a wave of organised violence in Sao Paulo. Human rights groups had heavily criticised police for killing 109 suspects in less than a week, after a crime network attacked police targets. But amid pressure to provide details of the shootings, state authorities said only 79 suspects had been killed. Human rights groups have voiced suspicions about the change. Full Story

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