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Brazil: Jose Serra ‘struck’ by paper ball

Earlier this week, Brazilian presidential candidate Jose Serra was struck by a ball of paper during a rally in Rio de Janeiro. Eduardo Guimarães at Blog da Cidadania [pt] has accused mainstream media outlets of representing Serra as a “victim” at the hands of the ruling party (PT), and laments how the run up to Brazil's second round presidential elections has turned all the more sour.

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