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"Rio 2016 athletes may have grounds to complain about sewer-infested waters, or half-empty stands. A shortage of contraceptives, however, is not bound to be a problem. Olympic organizers are distributing 450,000 condoms (link in Portuguese) to athletes, Brazilian newspaper Folha de São Paulo reports. In the interest of equality and variety, 100,000 of those will be female condoms,...", qz.com
"Srinivas Reddy, a city-based banker, was more than ecstatic when he received a mail from the ‘Rio Olympic Committee' offering a whopping 40% discount on air fare to see the Rio de Janeiro games scheduled to be held in August.", timesofindia.indiatimes.com
"Read more about Rio security chief wants soldiers to start policing city on Business Standard. The head of security for the state of Rio de Janeiro wants soldiers to start policing the city immediately, two and a half months before the Rio Olympics are set to start. State Security Secretary Jose Mariano Beltrame, speaking alongside", www.business-standard.com
"Read more about Rio wants armed forces in streets during Olympics on Business Standard. Rio de Janeiro's government has revealed plans to deploy national armed forces in the city's streets to guarantee public safety during the Olympic Games in August.", www.business-standard.com
"RIO DE JANEIRO — The Rio Olympics have not yet begun, but the Games have already set a record — in the number of free condoms for athletes. Officials will be distributing 450,000 condoms to the 10,500 athletes expected in Brazil starting on July 24, the day the Olympic Village opens, said Mr Lucas Dantas, a spokesman for the Rio 2016 Committee who spoke with AFP on Thursday (May 19). That’s an average of 42 condoms per athlete and a three-fold increase over the number of condoms distributed at the London Olympics, the Folha de Sao Paulo daily reported.", www.todayonline.com
"When Dilma Rousseff took office in 2011, Brazil's president adopted an aspirational message as her administration's official slogan: 'A rich country is a country without poverty,' every government-funded construction site and public service announcement proclaimed.", www.washingtontimes.com
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