Three months after the Olympics, Rio de Janeiro is broke

From the front steps of Rio de Janeiro’s Municipal Theater, the ballet company danced, and opera singers belted out the strident “Carmina Burana.” It was last month, and the show was an artistic public protest. The performers, all state employees, haven’t been paid for weeks and won’t be getting paychecks until Dec. 5. The same day,…

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