By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Tension remains high in Northeastern Brazil, where a new prison riot was reported on Wednesday (January 18th), leaving one dead and seven injured in a prison in the interior of Rio Grande do Norte.
The violence has also spread outside prison walls, with police stations being attacked and at least fourteen buses being burned throughout the state and in the state capital, Natal.
According to local reports, the street violence was retaliation for the transfer of 220 inmates from the Alcaçuz Penitentiary on Wednesday.
The inmates, believed to be . . .