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The favelas, or communities as they are also referred to, are inextricably bound up with Rio de Janeiro, and I think it would be fair to say that the people living in them have less than favourable living conditions and also much less opportunities to enjoy decent, let alone good, education and de... Read moreby RioExplorer on October 1, 2014