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São Paulo Protests Turn Violent (13 o...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
By Juliana Spinola
14 Jun 2013

Remnants of trash and burnt material are scattered on the streets of Sao Paulo after a wave of protests took over the city in early June, as thousands of residents peacefully marched against an increase in the price of a single bus fare. Police officers were accused of firing bullets and tear gas at protesters and assaulting some participants and bystanders. The attacks that emerged angered the residents and shifted their focus from rising transport costs to wider issues. Sao Paulo, June, 2013.

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São Paulo Protests Turn Violent (12 o...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
By Juliana Spinola
14 Jun 2013

Police officers fired bullets and tear gas at protesters and assaulted some participants and bystanders during a wave of protests that took over Sao Paulo in early June. Thousands of residents peacefully marched against an increase in the price of a single bus fare. The attacks that emerged angered the residents and shifted their focus from rising transport costs to wider issues. Sao Paulo, June, 2013.

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São Paulo Protests Turn Violent (15 o...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
By Juliana Spinola
14 Jun 2013

Police officers marched towards protesters and fired bullets and tear gas at them during demonstrations that took over Sao Paulo in early June. Thousands of residents peacefully marched against an increase in the price of a single bus fare. The attacks that emerged angered the residents and shifted their focus from rising transport costs to wider issues. Sao Paulo, June, 2013.

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São Paulo Protests Turn Violent (10 o...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
By Juliana Spinola
14 Jun 2013

Police officers fired bullets and tear gas at protesters and assaulted some participants and bystanders during a wave of protests that took over Sao Paulo in early June. Thousands of residents peacefully marched against an increase in the price of a single bus fare. The attacks that emerged angered the residents and shifted their focus from rising transport costs to wider issues. Sao Paulo, June, 2013.

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São Paulo Protests Turn Violent (8 of...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
By Juliana Spinola
14 Jun 2013

Clouds of tear gas cover the streets of Sao Paulo, during a wave of protests that took over the city in early June. Thousands of residents peacefully marched against an increase in the price of a single bus fare. Police officers were accused of firing bullets and tear gas at protesters and assaulting some participants and bystanders. The attacks that emerged angered the residents and shifted their focus from rising transport costs to wider issues. Sao Paulo, June, 2013.

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São Paulo Protests Turn Violent (14 o...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
By Juliana Spinola
14 Jun 2013

Police officers fired bullets and tear gas at protesters and assaulted some participants and bystanders during a wave of protests that took over Sao Paulo in early June. Thousands of residents peacefully marched against an increase in the price of a single bus fare. The attacks that emerged angered the residents and shifted their focus from rising transport costs to wider issues. Sao Paulo, June, 2013.

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São Paulo Protests Turn Violent (9 of...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
By Juliana Spinola
14 Jun 2013

A man tries to defend himself from attacks as police officers resorted to violent tactics to stop the protests that took over Sao Paulo in early June. Thousands of residents peacefully marched against an increase in the price of a single bus fare. Police officers were accused of firing bullets and tear gas at protesters and assaulting some participants and bystanders. The attacks that emerged angered the residents and shifted their focus from rising transport costs to wider issues. Sao Paulo, June, 2013.

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São Paulo Protests Turn Violent (5 of...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
By Juliana Spinola
14 Jun 2013

Police officers arrested a group of demonstrators as they began to march throughout the city. A wave of protests took over Sao Paulo in early June, as thousands of residents peacefully marched against an increase in the price of a single bus fare. Police officers were accused of firing bullets and tear gas at protesters and assaulting some participants and bystanders. The attacks that emerged angered the residents and shifted their focus from rising transport costs to wider issues. Sao Paulo, June, 2013.

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Mad Air
Quito
By Austin Mackell
14 Jun 2013

A skateboarder gets mad air at a skate-park in Quito's central north

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Semana Santa 2013 In Brazil (22 of 25)
Paraty, Brazil
By Juliana Spinola
30 May 2013

Praying and chanting in procession for Holy Week 2013 - Paraty, Brazil.
Brazil has the largest Catholic population in the world. Holy Week, Semana Santa in Portuguese, is observed throughout the country with processions and rituals similar to those of other Catholic countries, yet made unique by their specific context.

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Semana Santa 2013 In Brazil (19 of 25)
Paraty, Brazil
By Juliana Spinola
30 May 2013

Praying and chanting in procession for Holy Week 2013 - Paraty, Brazil.
Brazil has the largest Catholic population in the world. Holy Week, Semana Santa in Portuguese, is observed throughout the country with processions and rituals similar to those of other Catholic countries, yet made unique by their specific context.

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Assange is Coming
Quito
By Austin Mackell
29 May 2013

Graffiti in Quito which reads "Assange is coming" with the lights of a police car passing. Julian Assange of Wikileaks has for years taken refuge in the Ecuadorian embassy in London.

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Vegies
Quito
By Austin Mackell
29 May 2013

A woman selling vegetables in Quito

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Chancho
Quito
By Austin Mackell
29 May 2013

Pork for sale as street food in Quito

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Urban Soccer Ghosts
Quito
By Austin Mackell
18 May 2013

An amateur game of soccer in Quito's suburbs.

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March against corruption in Sao Paulo...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
By Juliana Spinola
21 Apr 2013

Day of enough corruption' or 'Dia do Basta,' in portuguese, is a social and popular movement, which promotes several initiatives to combat corruption and promote the social and political participation. People went out on the streets on Sunday, April 21th, 2013, to participate in this movement. At the sign we can read the words: "Together everything happens".

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March against corruption in Sao Paulo...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
By Juliana Spinola
21 Apr 2013

Day of enough corruption' or 'Dia do Basta,' in portuguese, is a social and popular movement, which promotes several initiatives to combat corruption and promote the social and political participation. People went out on the streets on Sunday, April 21th, 2013, to participate in this movement. Most of these are students clamming for a reform at the politic scenery.

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March against corruption in Sao Paulo...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
By Juliana Spinola
21 Apr 2013

Day of enough corruption' or 'Dia do Basta,' in portuguese, is a social and popular movement, which promotes several initiatives to combat corruption and promote the social and political participation. People went out on the streets on Sunday, April 21th, 2013, to participate in this movement. At the sign in the middle we can read the words "Corruption bleeds our future"

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March against corruption in Sao Paulo...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
By Juliana Spinola
21 Apr 2013

Day of enough corruption' or 'Dia do Basta,' in portuguese, is a social and popular movement, which promotes several initiatives to combat corruption and promote the social and political participation. People went out on the streets on Sunday, April 21th, 2013, to participate in this movement. At the signs they ask for political reform.

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March against corruption in Sao Paulo...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
By Juliana Spinola
21 Apr 2013

Day of enough corruption' or 'Dia do Basta,' in portuguese, is a social and popular movement, which promotes several initiatives to combat corruption and promote the social and political participation. People went out on the streets on Sunday, April 21th, 2013, to participate in this movement. Young make protest citing at the street floor of Avenida Paulista, one of the most important avenues in the city.

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March against corruption in Sao Paulo...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
By Juliana Spinola
21 Apr 2013

Day of enough corruption' or 'Dia do Basta,' in portuguese, is a social and popular movement, which promotes several initiatives to combat corruption and promote the social and political participation. People went out on the streets on Sunday, April 21th, 2013, to participate in this movement.

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March against corruption in Sao Paulo...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
By Juliana Spinola
21 Apr 2013

Day of enough corruption' or 'Dia do Basta,' in portuguese, is a social and popular movement, which promotes several initiatives to combat corruption and promote the social and political participation. People went out on the streets on Sunday, April 21th, 2013, to participate in this movement. The big white sign says "national march against corruption". Policeman go along with the march all the time.

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March against corruption in Sao Paulo...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
By Juliana Spinola
21 Apr 2013

Day of enough corruption' or 'Dia do Basta,' in portuguese, is a social and popular movement, which promotes several initiatives to combat corruption and promote the social and political participation. People went out on the streets on Sunday, April 21th, 2013, to participate in this movement. The biggest sign at the top right says "No more impunity. Enough with corruption. The place for theif Politicals is in jail."

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March against corruption in Sao Paulo...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
By Juliana Spinola
21 Apr 2013

Day of enough corruption' or 'Dia do Basta,' in portuguese, is a social and popular movement, which promotes several initiatives to combat corruption and promote the social and political participation. People went out on the streets on Sunday, April 21th, 2013, to participate in this movement. Boy with the clown nose carries a sign that says "against pyramid"

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March against corruption in Sao Paulo...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
By Juliana Spinola
21 Apr 2013

Day of enough corruption' or 'Dia do Basta,' in portuguese, is a social and popular movement, which promotes several initiatives to combat corruption and promote the social and political participation. People went out on the streets on Sunday, April 21th, 2013, to participate in this movement. Most of the people there were students.

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March against corruption in Sao Paulo...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
By Juliana Spinola
21 Apr 2013

Day of enough corruption' or 'Dia do Basta,' in portuguese, is a social and popular movement, which promotes several initiatives to combat corruption and promote the social and political participation. People went out on the streets on Sunday, April 21th, 2013, to participate in this movement. On the sign with Brazilian flag we can see the words "Corruption heinous crime"

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March against corruption in Sao Paulo...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
By Juliana Spinola
21 Apr 2013

Day of enough corruption' or 'Dia do Basta,' in portuguese, is a social and popular movement, which promotes several initiatives to combat corruption and promote the social and political participation. People went out on the streets on Sunday, April 21th, 2013, to participate in this movement. The black sign says "BASTA" (enough in english)

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March Against Corruption in Sao Paulo
Sao Paulo, Brazil
By Mais Istanbuli
21 Apr 2013

Day of enough corruption' or 'Dia do Basta’ in Portuguese is a social and popular movement, which promotes several initiatives to combat corruption and promote social and political participation. People went out on the streets on Sunday, April 21th, 2013, to participate in this movement.

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Chavez Followers Attend Maduro's Swea...
Caracas, Venezuela
By Sergio Alvarez
20 Apr 2013

A girl and a boy wear a painted replica of Hugo Chavez signature on their bodies.

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Chavez Followers Attend Maduro's Swea...
Caracas, Venezuela
By Sergio Alvarez
20 Apr 2013

A woman and a child attend Nicolas Maduro's presidential investment celebration.

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Chavez Followers Attend Maduro's Swea...
Caracas, Venezuela
By Sergio Alvarez
20 Apr 2013

A young child is seen wearing apparel allusive to party politics and Venezuela's revolutionary process.

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Chavez Followers Attend Maduro's Swea...
Caracas, Venezuela
By Sergio Alvarez
20 Apr 2013

A woman holding a red beret with a Nicolas Maduro sticker looks attentively for the newly sworn president.

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Chavez Followers Attend Maduro's Swea...
Caracas, Venezuela
By Sergio Alvarez
20 Apr 2013

Young people wait patiently for the passing of newly sworn president Nicolas Maduro.

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Chavez Followers Attend Maduro's Swea...
Caracas, Venezuela
By Sergio Alvarez
20 Apr 2013

A woman holding a red beret waits attentively for newly sworn president Nicolas Maduro.

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Chavez Followers Attend Maduro's Swea...
Caracas, Venezuela
By Sergio Alvarez
20 Apr 2013

A man with a red beret, a symbol of Hugo Chavez' era, waits for sworn president Nicolas Maduro.

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Chavez Followers Attend Maduro's Swea...
Caracas, Venezuela
By Sergio Alvarez
20 Apr 2013

Two woman look over the crowd to get a glimpse of the celebrations.

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Chavez Followers Attend Maduro's Swea...
Caracas, Venezuela
By Sergio Alvarez
20 Apr 2013

A young woman holds a heart shaped sign containing Hugo Chavez memorabilia reads 'Chavez I love you'.

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Chavez Followers Attend Maduro's Swea...
Caracas, Venezuela
By Sergio Alvarez
20 Apr 2013

A young soldier stands near the crowd securing the perimeter of the celebrations.

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Chavez Followers Attend Maduro's Swea...
Caracas, Venezuela
By Sergio Alvarez
20 Apr 2013

A young boy looks attentively to the passing of newly sworn president Nicolas Maduro.

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Chavez Followers Attend Maduro's Swea...
Caracas, Venezuela
By Sergio Alvarez
20 Apr 2013

A woman holding looks at the distance for newly sworn president Nicolas Maduro.