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By Anna Kaiser, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Protests over the disappearance of Amarildo de Souza, a bricklayer and resident of the Rocinha favela community, who was last seen in police custody over three weeks ago, will continue this weekend. The protest, meant to coincide with Brazil's Father's Day, will begin at Rocinha's Via Apia street on Sunday, August 11th at 10AM.

A sign that read "Quem matou Amarildo?" (Who killed Amarildo?) and hung from the large . . .

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