Protests in Brazil on anniversary of 1964 military coup

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Nearly 400 people have demonstrated in Brazil against a ceremony to mark the 48th anniversary of the 1964 military coup.

Soldiers at the ceremony described the 21-year-long dictatorship as a time of economic progress for the country.

But protesters say the military need to be held to account for the deaths and disappearances that occurred during the period.

David Cuen reports.

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