Brazil drops police from human rights report amid global protests against racism and abuse

Credit: Reuters- Published on June 12, 2020
Brazil has excluded complaints of police violence from an annual human rights report, sparking allegations on Friday of a cover-up amid global outrage over racial injustice and use of excessive force by law enforcement.
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