Brazil’s largest drug market disperses amidst squalor

The Princesa Isabel Square, in the historic center of the São Paulo capital, has become an encampment of plastic tents and pieces of cloth, which had already received, during the covid-19 pandemic, homeless families and now part of the population of Cracolandia.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Cracolandia, Brazil's largest open-air drug market, has moved after 30 years. After several police operations, the traffickers moved to other parts of São Paulo, dragging dozens of drug addicts with them, today scattered amidst the most . . .

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