By Anna Kaiser, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Two state-of-the-art security centers have opened in Rio de Janeiro this month in the city’s continued effort to improve safety for the Confederations Cup and Catholic World Youth Day. The Integrated Center for Security and Control (CICC) was inaugurated last Friday and the Coordination Center for Defense (CCDA), which is already in operation will be fully staffed by June 10th.
The CCDA, run by the Brazilian Armed Forces, and the CICC, an all encompassing public security unit, will collaborate and monitor happenings of the city in an . . .