Police raid old Indian museum wanted for Olympics in Brazil

Police in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, are attempting to remove a group of Indian activists from a site that's wanted for the 2016 Summer Olympics, the Associated Press reports.

There have been physical clashes this morning at an abandoned Indian museum the activists have been occupying, the AP said. Tear gas has been used.

The government says it needs the site to build a new stadium for the 2016 games.

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