As hard-line Pentecostalism spreads across Brazil, some drug traffickers in gang-controlled areas of Rio de Janeiro are using religion as an excuse to attack nonbelievers.
In Rio de Janeiro, a stray bullet kills or injures one person every seven hours.
The sounds and sights of Brazilian feminist funk.
In one bloody week in June, 181 Rio residents were shot, including a baby in utero. It's now impossible not to notice that city's once-lauded favela "pacification" strategy has all but collapsed.
By singing frankly about sex and life on the streets, the pioneering women of Rio de Janeiro's funk scene are redefining what feminism sounds like.
Though police violence is widely tolerated in Brazil, not everyone believes in 'eye for an eye' as official state policy.