Brazil’s President Rousseff Ensures Security for Rio 2016 Olympics

By Jay Forte, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After returning from her first official visit to the U.S., Brazil's president Dilma Rousseff attended the Olympic Torch presentation ceremony yesterday (July 3rd) in Brasília and spoke about security for the Games. She ensured that Brazil will provide adequate security for the 2016 Olympics being held in the city of Rio de Janeiro in August next year.

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