Todd Benson

Reuters

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Brazil Bureau Chief for Reuters

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Protests that started over increases in bus and subway fares in several Brazilian cities  turned into a nationwide movement , and the political elite has been forced to pay attention.

Protests Continue despite Some Government Concessions

Protests that started over increases in bus and subway fares in several Brazilian cities turned into a nationwide movement , and the political elite has been forced to pay attention.

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