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Brésil : manifestation monstre contre Dilma Rousseff

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Près de 1,4 million de Brésiliens, selon les données de la police, sont sortis dimanche dans les rues de Sao Paulo pour réclamer le départ de la présidente de gauche Dilma Rousseff. Une manifestation de grande ampleur, pour s’opposer à la récession économique et à la crise politique qui gangrènent le pays depuis de nombreux mois. (Images: AFP)

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