Police fire tear gas at angry mobs outside Olympic opening ceremony as anti-Games demos hit cities across Brazil

Saturday, August 6, 2016
By Paul Martin

Police fired tear gas at demonstrators close to the Maracanã Stadium, where opening ceremony for the Olympic Games was happening
Protesters were furious over the presence of Brazil’s acting president Michel Temer, and waved placards calling for his removal
In São Paulo, the country’s largest city, angry crowds protested against the spending for the games while the country suffers through economic crisis

By Ruth Styles In Rio De Janeiro
DailyMail.com
6 August 2016

Police have fired tear gas at demonstrators protesting close to the Maracanã Stadium, where the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games is under way.

Protesters, many furious over the presence of Brazil’s acting president Michel Temer at the ceremony, waved placards calling for his removal.

Angry protest have also broken out in São Paulo, the country’s largest city, where mobs demonstrated against overspending on the Olympic games during one of the country’s worst economic crises in history.

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One Response to “Police fire tear gas at angry mobs outside Olympic opening ceremony as anti-Games demos hit cities across Brazil”

  1. Angry protesters are not being shown or even mentioned on CNN or MSNBC. They are in filtered propaganda mode as usual only showing their views.

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