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School’s out at Rio’s flagship university, and no one has any idea when it may start again

RIO DE JANEIRO — In the year since Rio de Janeiro hosted the Summer Olympics, the fallout from the enormously expensive event has only mounted: crime has risen, the “violent death” rate is the highest in nearly a decade, Olympic-related corruption charges are piling up and the city’s shiny new stadiums are already falling apart. […]
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