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Copa 2014: onda de violência em Salvador é retratada nos EUA

[Copa 2014: onda de violência em Salvador é retratada nos EUA]
02 de Junho de 2013 às 09:21 Por: Redação Bocão News (Twitter: @bocaonews)0comentários
A preocupação com a violência durante a Copa do Mundo foi tema de publicação do site Bostom.com, na última sexta-feira (31) . A notícia diz que Salvador, um dos maiores destinos turísticos do país, sofre com o aumento de mais de 250% da taxa de homicídios.
 
O fotógrafo da Reuters, Lunae Paracho, esteve na capital baiana para documentar a patrulha da polícia nas favelas de Salvador, em especial, no Nordeste de Amaralina.
 
Treinamento policial de alta tecnologia, a Delegacia de Homicídios, as vítimas da violência armada e fotos de integrantes dos chefes dos tráficos de drofas foram estampadas nas imagens de Luane Parracho.


Police patrol in the Nordeste de Amaralina slum complex in Salvador, Bahia State, March 28, 2013. One of Brazil's main tourist destinations and a 2014 World Cup host city, Salvador is suffering from an unprecedented wave of violence (Lunae Parracho/Reuters)
 
Police react while on patrol in the Nordeste de Amaralina slum complex in Salvador, Bahia State, March 28, 2013. (Lunae Parracho/Reuters)#
 
Police search youths for weapons and drugs while on patrol in the Nordeste de Amaralina slum complex in Salvador, Bahia State, March 28, 2013. (Lunae Parracho/Reuters)#
 
A boy plays on the street of the Nordeste de Amaralina slum complex as a policeman patrols in Salvador, Bahia State, March 28, 2013. (Lunae Parracho/Reuters)#
 
A policeman patrols as a family crosses a street in the Nordeste de Amaralina slum complex in Salvador, Bahia State, March 28, 2013. Armed policemen are a common fixture on the streets. (Lunae Parracho/Reuters)#
 
Police patrol past the "rifle wall" pockmarked by bullets from many shootouts between drug gangs and police, in the Nordeste de Amaralina slum complex in Salvador, Bahia State, March 28, 2013. (Lunae Parracho/Reuters)#
 
A police officer watches live security cameras aimed at different points of the city where violence is common, at a command center in Salvador, Bahia State, March 28, 2013. (Lunae Parracho/Reuters)#
 
A pistol painted on the bottom of a cross stands as a threat to police in the Nordeste de Amaralina slum complex in Salvador, Bahia State, March 28, 2013. (Lunae Parracho/Reuters)#
 
Police patrol in the Nordeste de Amaralina slum complex in Salvador, Bahia State, March 28, 2013. (Lunae Parracho/Reuters)#
 
Police special forces train to operate against drug gangs in Salvador, Bahia State, March 28, 2013. (Lunae Parracho/Reuters)#
 
Police special forces train to operate against drug gangs in Salvador, Bahia State, March 28, 2013. (Lunae Parracho/Reuters)#
 
Police special forces train in Salvador, Bahia State, March 28, 2013. Salvador suffers from an unprecedented wave of violence with an increase of over 250% in the murder rate, according to the Brazilian Center for Latin American Studies. (Lunae Parracho/Reuters)#
 
Brazilian drug gang members pose with weapons atop a hill overlooking a slum in Salvador, Bahia State, April 11, 2013. (Lunae Parracho/Reuters)#
 
A Brazilian drug gang member nicknamed Firecracker, 22, poses with a gun atop a hill overlooking a slum in Salvador, Bahia State, April 11, 2013. (Lunae Parracho/Reuters)#
 
A Brazilian drug gang member nicknamed Pilintra, 26, poses with a gun atop a hill overlooking a slum in Salvador, Bahia State, April 11, 2013. (Lunae Parracho/Reuters)#
 
A Brazilian drug gang member nicknamed Giant, 17, poses with a gun and his medallion of St. George, in a slum in Salvador, Bahia State, April 11, 2013. (Lunae Parracho/Reuters)#
 
A Brazilian drug gang member nicknamed Poison, 18, poses with a gun atop a hill overlooking a slum in Salvador, Bahia State, April 11, 2013. (Lunae Parracho/Reuters)#
 
A Brazilian drug gang member nicknamed Giant, 17, poses with a gun atop a hill overlooking a slum in Salvador, Bahia State, April 11, 2013. (Lunae Parracho/Reuters)#
 
The body of a person identified by the police as a transvestite named Rodrigo, lies on the street where he was shot in the Alto do Cabrito slum of Salvador, Bahia State, March 30, 2013. (Lunae Parracho/Reuters)#
 
The body of a person identified by the police as a transvestite named Rodrigo, is removed by police forensic workers from the street where he was shot, March 30, 2013. (Lunae Parracho/Reuters)#
 
The body is loaded into a vehicle by police forensic workers in the Alto do Cabrito slum of Salvador, Bahia State, March 30, 2013. (Lunae Parracho/Reuters)#
 
Brazilian woman Ana Claudia, who witnessed her son Reinaldo being beaten and shot dead by drug traffickers, cries during an interview in the Fazendo Couto slum of Salvador, Bahia State, April 11, 2013. (Lunae Parracho/Reuters)#
 
Residents observe the body of a person shot in the head in the Sao Cristovao slum of Salvador, Bahia State, April 13, 2013. (Lunae Parracho/Reuters)#
 
Police forensic workers remove the body of a person shot dead on the streets of the Sao Cristovao slum of Salvador, Bahia State, April 13, 2013. (Lunae Parracho/Reuters)#


 

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