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Brazil specialist, Dr Cristina Rocha, warns that if president Dilma Rousseff doesn't resolve the unrest soon, the army could step in. Brazil's president is trying to end the fortnight of deadly unrest on her country's streets by promising to spend $25 billion on public services and offering political reform. Source: abc.net.au

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