Clashes hit Sao Paulo, Brazil, as protesters storm interim president’s regional offices

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Protesters clashed with military police in Sao Paulo on Wednesday, after around 300 activists from the Homeless Workers Movement stormed the regional office of Brazil's acting president, Michel Temer. Police used baton charges as well as firing rounds of rubber bullets and teargas in an attempt to repel the protesters from the building, in response protesters threw rubbish and rocks at the oncoming officers. Five protesters were arrested during the incident.

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