New Anti-Crime Package in Brazil

NPR's Martin Kaste reports the President of Brazil has introduced a new anti-crime package in an attempt to crack down on the violent crime that has been plaguing the country for the last ten years. Critics say the proposed changes don't address the real problems: poverty and poor police training.



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