Brazilians struggle to survive corruption crisis

Hundreds of politicians and businessmen are being investigated for corruption and money laundering in Brazil, in one of the biggest anti-graft probes in the country’s history.

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    Hundreds of politicians and businessmen are being investigated for corruption and money laundering in Brazil, in one of the biggest anti-graft probes in the country’s history.

    Some say years of misuse of public funds has negatively affected them in terms of personal finance.

    Al Jazeera’s Teresa Bo reports from Rio de Janeiro.


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