Sao Paulo struggles to end ‘Crackland’ drug market

In this Sept. 14, 2017 photo, a woman smokes crack in an area popularly known as “Crackland” in downtown Sao Paulo, Brazil. “Crackland,” is a square in the center of Sao Paulo where drugs are sold and smoked in broad daylight. All the while, police look on. (AP Photo/Nelson Antoine)


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