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The painful task of restoring Brazilian heritage items after riot by Bolsonaro supporters


Heritage workers in Brazil's capital city are repairing and restoring dozens of art works and antiques damaged on 8 January when right-wing Bolsonaristas ransacked Brasilia's government buildings.

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