Telangana State Hyderabad West Zone Task Force Police Raids on Hidrojen Pub in Jubilihills and Arrested 11 Girls and Pub owner aslo arrested for organizing Mujra party. YOYO TV Viral Videos: YOYO TV Trending Stories: YOYO Unsolved Mysteries: YOYO TV Interviews: YOYO Time to Talk: Srimathi Oka Bahumathi: Telangana: Chandamama Kathalu: ————————————————————- YOYO Cine Talkies: YOYO News24: YOYO TV Health: YOYO World: YOYO TV Kannada: YOYO TV Malayalam: YOYO Times: YOYO TV Hindi: ———————————————————————————- Follow Us on: Facebook: Twitter: Website: [More] – More than 10,000 athletes across the world have convened in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, for the 2016 Summer Olympics. Rio is the first South American city ever to host the Games, which come as Brazil is battling an economic recession, a massive Zika outbreak and the recent ouster of its democratically elected president, Dilma Rousseff. Human rights organizations have also expressed concern about the impact of the Games on Rio’s most vulnerable communities. Residents of Rio’s favelas have spoken of battles against forced evictions, police violence and wasted spending. About 85,000 police, soldiers and other security officials will [More]
Brazilian police have arrested 18 people as part of their on-going investigation into corruption at the state-run oil company Petrobras. The arrests come amid allegations of a widening money laundering and bribery scandal sending Petrobras shares tumbling. Igor de Paula, the Federal Police Delegate, explained: “A large proportion of the contracts that are being investigated have been obtained from prior agreements with a group bearing all the characteristics of a cartel; and moreover a cartel with a system to divert funds to pay politicians and public officials.” The scandal has put pressure on left-wing president Dilma Rousseff, who won the elections [More]
Police and residents of a shantytown in Rio de Janeiro have again clashed over the death of a dancer, raising fresh fears over security as Brazil prepares to host the football World Cup. Trouble flared as protesters marched back from the funeral of Douglas Pereira, allegedly killed by police after being mistaken for a drug dealer. His shooting on Tuesday had already sparked clashes then. The 25-year-old’s mother, Maria de Fatima da Silva, claims he was tortured to death. “I am almost sure that the gunshot wound didn’t kill him. He died because he was beaten afterwards,” she said. Authorities [More]
As a journalist, Marcelo Zorzanelli was in the thick of the action in Sao Paulo on June 13 when riots broke out. Protesters had taken to the streets against bus and underground fare rises, but the protest soon turned violent and over 200 people were detained by police. Marcelo recorded footage of a young man performing a little dance for riot police, who appear to fire tear gas at him. Credit: YouTube/andresvera.