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  • Rio favela residents wrestle with city as Olympic Park was built around them

    Nathalia Silva, Maria da Penha and Delto de Oliveira were told to leave their homes or be bulldozed last year by the city of Rio de Janeiro. They fought to stay on the land where they've lived for over 20 years while Rio's Olympic Park was built around them.

Nathalia Silva, Maria da Penha and Delto de Oliveira were told to leave their homes or be bulldozed last year by the city of Rio de Janeiro. They fought to stay on the land where they've lived for over 20 years while Rio's Olympic Park was built around them. Chris Kudialis for The Star-Telegram
Nathalia Silva, Maria da Penha and Delto de Oliveira were told to leave their homes or be bulldozed last year by the city of Rio de Janeiro. They fought to stay on the land where they've lived for over 20 years while Rio's Olympic Park was built around them. Chris Kudialis for The Star-Telegram

The other side of the Olympics: Rio favela dwellers wrestle with city on property rights

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