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CRACOLÂNDIA MIGRATIONS CONTINUE TO CAUSE CONFLICTS

The daily migrations of the large group of drug users – called Cracolândia – throughout the central region of São Paulo continues to cause conflicts. Authorities try without success to find a solution to the issue. Meanwhile, addicts spread to new spots and even face conflicts with residents and business owners. The most recent episode took place on Thursday (09/11), when a group of residents of a building occupied 18 years ago by families protested and blocked access to Rua Mauá. They stood for hours in front of the access to the street to prevent the group of addicted people from moving there.

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