Brazilians display red masks in symbolic anti-corruption protest

In an unusual demonstration, Brazilians are protesting corruption by displaying red masks on a lawn facing Congress and the presidential palace.

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    In an unusual demonstration, Brazilians are protesting corruption by displaying red masks on a lawn facing Congress and the presidential palace.

    But President Michel Temer and key cabinet members are resisting loud calls to resign over graft charges.

    Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports from Brasilia.


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