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Police, Protesters Clash in Brazil Ahead of Impeachment Vote

Brazilian police and supporters of embattled president Dilma Rousseff faced off in front of the Senate on Wednesday prior to a vote that could see her suspended from office and put on trial for corruption charges. Police needed to use pepper spray to hold back Rousseff supporters who had been throwing flares at them. A metal fence was erected to separate the pro-Rousseff crowd from about 6,000 impeachment backers. Several protesters needed to be carted away by rescue workers after...

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