Rio de Janeiro State Records 15 Missing Persons a Day

Some are found, others never return home. State secretary of Social Development and Human Rights Cristina Quaresma said the issue of disappearances should be discussed, seeking greater exposure to the issue.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The state of Rio de Janeiro registers an average of 15 missing persons per day, according to data from the State Secretariat for Social Development and Human Rights. Some are found, others never return home.

The grief of families who saw loved ones disappear, without further explanation, was shared on Friday, August 30th, in a meeting in the gardens of the Palácio Guanabara.

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