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Editorial

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – We get asked a lot what The Rio Times' political position is, or should I say to what extent are we willing to expose the truth and tell stories that local media ignores, distorts or even covers up. This usually happens in the context of on-the-ground volunteers working in favelas seeing first-hand how the UPP and other police activity is effecting communities. Liberals for the most part.

Why is it we see more liberally-minded volunteers vocalizing this point of view? I know there are some conservative volunteers trying to make the . . .

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