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Brazilian police have started its to make the country safer the 2014 soccer World Cup. At the weekend, police went into Rochina, Brazil’s favela (slum), to clear it of drugs and drug . It is the first time for decades that the police have Rochina, a hillside town that Rio's wealthiest . Police officers took of Rochina without firing any . Drug traffickers who live there did not fight .

Rio de Janeiro say they plan to move into more favelas before the FIFA 2014 World Cup . More than 1.5 million people live in 1,000 slums on hillsides Rio. That’s around a of the city’s population. So far, police have six people and found about a ton of drugs. The city now has the opportunity to better services because the police are more in . The favelas badly need collection services.

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