Farmers in Bangladesh are innovating their methods in response to climate change, while in Rio de Janeiro a former drug lord is now an evangelical preacher.
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At least two dozen people have died in a shoot-out in a police operation against an organized crime gang in Rio de
Janeiro. It was one of the worst death tolls from a police raid in the city's history.
A Brazilian Supreme Court judge has ordered an investigation into a possible "arbitrary execution" of suspected drug traffickers during what human rights groups called the deadliest police raid in Rio de Janeiro.
Climate change exacerbates inequalities, not only in poor, developing countries, but also in industrialized, wealthy ones. The poor should be given special importance when planning, experts say.
As the strongest cyclone to strike the Bay of Bengal in 20 years makes landfall, Bangladesh's coronavirus restrictions and poor disaster preparedness threaten catastrophe in an already impoverished area.
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