By Ben Tavener, Senior Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Nearly three quarters of people living in Rio de Janeiro now feel safer than three years ago, according to a survey carried out by agency NBS, O Globo newspaper reports. The study’s results, released on Thursday, show 74 percent of those living in Rio now feel more secure after the process of installing UPPs (Police Pacification Units) began throughout the city . . .

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