Brazil cabinet hold emergency talks in bid to halt protests

The Brazilian government is locked in an emergency cabinet meeting tonight - trying to find a way to end the violent protests that have swept the country.

Last night, more than a million people were out demonstrating. Corruption, failing public services and the cost of the World Cup are among their grievances.

Brazil Correspondent Nick Ravenscroft reports:

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Brazil protests 'more localised'

Protests continue in Brazil following a week of unrest that saw a million people take to the streets to demonstrate against the government. This time the demonstrations have become more localised, calling for action on a range of social issues.