A woman was nearly robbed on camera while being interviewed about crime in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.
Ten weeks before the start of the World Cup in Brazil, police are making a final push to sweep clean some of Rio's most crime-ridden areas.
Today's statement from the International Olympic Committee suggests all is not well with the preparations for the next summer games.
The Foreign Office has confirmed the death of a British oil worker, in an attempted carjacking in Brazil. In a statement, a spokeswoman said: "We were made aware of the death of a British national in Brazil on April 2.
"We stand ready to provide consular assistance to the family at this difficult time."
A British oil worker shot dead in an attempted carjacking in Brazil has been described by his family as a man who "loved life".
Scot Peter Campsie, 48, was killed by two gunmen in Rio de Janeiro as he returned home to his family following a business meeting. He is survived by two sons and his mother, brother and sister in Scotland. In a family statement to the Press and Journal, they said:
He was a man who loved life and and brought so much joy and laughter to those around him [...] A darkness has fallen on us all as we try and make sense of why Pete had to die in the prime of his life.
He was a loyal friend and father, brother and son who cared deeply about making sure everyone got the best out of their lives. Our anchor has been pulled away so cruelly.
A British oil worker has been shot dead in an attempted carjacking in Brazil. Peter Campsie was killed by two gunmen in Rio de Janeiro as he returned home to his family following a business meeting.
Mr Campsie, from Montrose, Angus, had worked in Brazil for 16 years and lived in the city of Macae, north of Rio, with his wife and 10-year-old daughter.
Ten weeks before the start of the World Cup in Brazil, police are making a final push to sweep clean some of Rio's most crime-ridden areas. Just a mile from the airport where teams and fans will arrive, there were scenes today resembling a military operation.
ITV News Brazil Correspondent Nick Ravenscroft reports:
About 1,000 Brazilian officers have begun invading a huge complex of slums near Rio de Janeiro's international airport, the latest area to be targeted for the government's "pacification" programme.
ITV News Brazil Correspondent Nick Ravenscroft, who is with the military police as they go in to Rio's favelas, reports:
No resistance from where we are. The drugs gangs violent not stupid. Have they fled already? Will they bide their time and simply return?
With 10 weeks to go until the World Cup in Brazil, the military police have been sent in to Rio's favelas - its shanty towns - in a bid to clean up the streets.
ITV News Brazil Correspondent Nick Ravenscroft has joined them on the operation:
5am, Complexo da Maré favela - Rio. 10 weeks til the World Cup and in go the marines' armoured personnel carriers http://t.co/Zf3SSCBhIw
Police Special Ops Battalion going street to street looking for armed traffickers, weapons and drugs. So far seen stashes of crack seized.
The death of another construction worker at the opening World Cup venue in Sao Paolo is expected to put the already heavily delayed building process even further behind schedule, ITV News Brazil Correspondent Nick Ravenscoft has said.
He described the latest death and the resulting delays as both "farcical and tragic".
ANOTHER worker dies preparing #WorldCup stadium. This time number 3 at Sao Paulo where opening match will take place. Now 7 in total. SEVEN.
Surely this means down tools while health and safety assessed. Surely that will put them even further behind schedule. Farcical and tragic.