Brazil's anti-government protests become localised

Anti-government protesters in Brazil
The demonstrations have become more localised calling for action on a range of issues. Photo: ITV News

Protests are continuing in Brazil following a week of unrest that saw around a million people take to the streets to demonstrate against the government.

About 4,000 people marched on a road along Rio de Janeiro's Copacabana and Ipanema beaches today, while a few hundred protested in the northeastern city of Fortaleza.

No clashes between police and demonstrators were reported.

The demonstrations have become more localised, calling for action on a range of social issues.

ITV News Brazil correspondent Nick Ravenscroft reports: