Brazilian Justice Minister defends joint work to combat crime in Rio

"The militia in Brazil continues to be one of the main problems that devastate our society. Unfortunately, the state of Rio de Janeiro stands out in this," said Justice Minister Anderson Torres.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The fight against organized crime in Rio de Janeiro is work that has to be done jointly by the state and federal governments but needs to count on the action of the Judiciary.

The statement is from the Minister of Justice and Public Safety, Anderson Torres, for whom "unfortunately Rio de . . .

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