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Brazil: What's behind Carnival masks and disguises

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RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) -- The wall of Olga Valles' office is a vast tableau of famous faces past and present: Barack Obama smiles warmly, while Yasser Arafat poses in his trademark black-and-white keffiyeh. Next to him is George W. Bush, practically cheek-to-cheek with a fierce Saddam Hussein, teeth bared in a snarl under his black beret. Beyond them are Osama Bin Laden, Venezuela's Hugo Chavez,...

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