Brazilians use apps to avoid gun violence in Rio De Janeiro
Gun violence can be part of everyday life in Rio de Janeiro, where drug gangs fight over territory and police officers intervene forcefully. Last year, 6,590 people were killed in Rio de Janeiro. Frustrated, citizens are turning to smartphone apps which help them monitor violent incidents in their neighborhoods in near real-time.
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