France Offers Brazil Security Assistance for the 2016 Olympics

By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – During an official visit to Brazil to discuss preparations for the United Nation’s Climate Conference (COP 21) to be held next week in Paris, French Foreign Affairs Minister, Laurent Fabius offered France’s help in avoiding terrorist attacks in Rio de Janeiro next year, during the Olympic Games.

According to Fabius, France has offered its own intelligence service to help reduce risks of attacks in Brazil during . . .

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