The Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Norte (RN) dawned this Thursday (16) with new records of attacks, even with the security reinforcement of 100 agents of the National Force.
According to local media records, at least five more cities were targeted by criminal actions, setting public buildings, businesses, and vehicles on fire.
The Secretariat of Public Safety of the state registered, until Wednesday afternoon (15), confirmed attacks in 17 cities, although residents pointed out acts in 28 municipalities.
The capital, Natal, operates partially public transportation, with a reduced fleet of buses circulating with the support of the Military Police . . .