More protests expected as Brazilians decry corruption
Tension building for weeks in Brazil finally erupted when an estimated 250,000 took to the streets in more than a dozen cities, complaining about rampant corruption, crime, low wages and a lack of social services. NBC’s Mark Potter reports.
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