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Report: Dangerous levels of viruses, bacteria in Rio De Janeiro's waters a year befor
The magic and spectacular beauty of Rio De Janeiro’s mountains, bays and beaches offer a breathtaking backdrop for the 2016 Summer Olympic games. But one year out, the waters, where swimming and boating events will take place, are so polluted with human sewage, ingesting just three teaspoons is reportedly enough to make the athletes violently ill.
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