O Povo

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O Povo is a Brazilian tabloid newspaper.[1] Among the oldest Brazilian newspapers, it has been published since 1928. It is and has always been printed in Fortaleza, the capital of the Brazilian state of Ceará. It has a daily circulation of about 120,000 and is released in the morning.

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  1. ^ "Rio's dogs of war". Herald Scotland. Retrieved 27 March 2016.