Brazil protests back despite proposed reforms
Protesters returned to the streets in low-income suburbs of Brazil's biggest city Tuesday to demand better education, transport and health services, one day after President Dilma Rousseff proposed a wide range of actions to reform Brazil's political system.


Police said at least 500 people blocked streets for several hours in a peaceful protest in the districts of Capao Redondo and Campo Limpo on the outskirts of Sao Paulo. (AP)