The Human Rights Watch report claims police are killing nearly two people a day, many of them extrajudicially. Interviews with police detail how they cover up the killings.
Rio de Janeiro’s Comida de Favela food festival sees restaurants from the Maré shanty complex—notorious for its competing gang factions—take part in a month-long competition to find the favela’s best dish.
Antonello Veneri's latest project, "Interiores da Maré," documents the lives and homes of people living in the city's infamous slums.
"Sometimes regular civilians are less intimidating than a police officer. I really believe in the power of social control coming from within the community itself."
This track is the perfect accompaniment to clammy summer days and sunburned summer evenings.
This weekend, a Lebanese restaurant pissed people in Harrow off with a Saddam Hussein poster.
Shane Smith discusses the $100B of US funds used in Afghanistan and Ben Anderson talks about Rio's drug and murder dilemma.