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.
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.