2 Arrested in Abduction, Murder of Priests

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2 Arrested in Abduction, Murder of Priests


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18 killed in Brazilian prison riots

RIO DE JANEIRO - At least 18 inmates died in two separate Brazilian penitentiaries during clashes between rival gangs, and authorities were investigating a possible connection between the uprisings, police said Monday.

Roraima's justice secretary Uziel Castro said that at least seven of the bodies were piled up and burned after the Sunday prison mutiny in that state. At least two other bodies were found in a different section of the Monte Cristo prison, but it wasn't immediately clear where the 10th was found. Castro says at least three of the bodies were beheaded and efforts to identify them had been slow.

The secretary said the clashes erupted between rival crime gangs. "Every penitentiary system in Brazil was aware that something was about to happen," Castro told a news conference. …

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