Brazilians Return to Streets Demanding President Dilma Rousseff's Exit
Protesters poured en masse onto the streets of Brazil's major cities on Sunday to demand the removal of President Dilma Rousseff.
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Demonstrators gather during a protest in Sao Paulo. The demonstrations were the latest in a wave of anti-government rallies that lost momentum late last year but has gained strength as a sweeping corruption investigation nears Rousseff's inner circle.— Andre Penner / AP
Demonstrators parade large inflatable dolls depicting Brazil's former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva in prison garb and current President Dilma Rousseff dressed as a thief, with a presidential sash that reads "Impeachment".— Andre Penner / AP
A woman holds a poster showing Brazil's President Rousseff and the words in Portuguese "Betrayed Brazil," in Brasilia.— Eraldo Peres / AP
A demonstrator argues with police officers after she turned up her shirt and was taken out from the protest in Sao Paulo.— Miguel Schincariol / AFP - Getty Images
A banner reading "Intervention now!" is seen during the protests in Sao Paulo.— PAULO WHITAKER / Reuters
A street artist spray paints caricatures of Brazil's former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, center, and current President Dilma Rousseff during the protest rally in Sao Paulo.— Andre Penner / AP
Opponents of the Brazilian government disguised as President Dilma Rousseff (L) and former President Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva take part in a protest in Brasilia.— EVARISTO SA / AFP - Getty Images
Thousands of demonstrators protest in Manaus, Amazonas, northern Brazil.— RAPHAEL ALVES / AFP - Getty Images
Demonstrators take part in the protest rally in Sao Paulo.— NELSON ALMEIDA / AFP - Getty Images
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Demonstrators take part in a protest rally in Santos Andrade square, Curitiba.