Rio de Paz

epa05354836 A group of people walk next to an installation by NGO Rio de Paz that shows pictures of models representing women victims of sexual attacks and 420 underpants that represent the 420 Brazilian women raped in the country every 72 hours, outside the Sao Paulo Arts Museum in Sao Paulo, Brazil, 10 June 2016.  EPA/SEBASTIAO MOREIRA

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A group of people walk next to an installation by NGO Rio de Paz that shows pictures of models representing female victims of sexual attacks and 420 underpants that represent the 420 Brazilian women raped in the country every 72 hours, outside the Sao Paulo Arts Museum in Sao Paulo, Brazil

An activist poses for picture in front a photo from Brazilian photographer Marcio Freitas, during a protest by non-governmental organization (NGO) Rio de Paz (Rio of Peace) against rape and violence against women on Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 6, 2016.

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An activist poses for picture in front a photo from Brazilian photographer Marcio Freitas, during a protest by non-governmental organization Rio de Paz (Rio of Peace) against rape and violence against women on Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Rio de Paz activists wrap a mannequin in a veil during a protest on Copacabana beach to press for clarifications on missing persons including a bricklayer who recently disappeared, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Wednesday, July 31, 2013. The 42-year-old father of six was picked up for police questioning on suspicions of involvement in drug trafficking, but was released shortly thereafter. He has not been seen from since. Rio de Paz organization cites official statistics showing that nearly 35,000 people were reported as missing in Rio state alone over the past five years. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

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Rio de Paz activists wrap a mannequin in a veil during a protest on Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro on Wednesday to press for action on missing persons. Among the missing is a 42-year-old father of six who was picked up for police questioning on suspicion of involvement in drug trafficking, but was released shortly thereafter. The bricklayer has not been seen since. Rio de Paz said nearly 35,000 people have been reported missing in Rio state alone over the past five years.