Around 3.000 people, according to police, protested in dowtown Sao Paulo against recent changes in bus lines in the city - some suburbs-center lines were cancelled - and for the free public transport. The demonstration was called by the same group that started june's riots - Movimento Passe Livre (Free Pass Movement). The protesters burned a giant turnstile wood replica, but the demonstration ended up in violence when some of them started destroying ATMs and other shop in the bus terminal Dom Pedro Photo: Gustavo Basso/NurPhoto
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