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|RIO DE JANEIRO Nike Dunk Basse Noir Pas Cher , Aug. 31 (Xinhua) -- As the 2016 Rio Olympics starts within one year from now, the host city is filled with six Olympic test events in August, the local people are practicing sports other than football, and the Barra district where the Olympic park located just looks like a large construction site with several subway and BRT lines being built to serve the mega sports event.
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Host countries usually improve their performance at home. China topped the medal table at the Beijing Olympics in 2008. Britain excelled in London in 2012. The Brazilian Olympic Committee has set their aim to nearly double the 17 medals the country earned in London and put Brazil in the top 10 in the overall medal standings of the Rio Olympics.
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"People are witnessing the legacy promised during the Olympic bid. They don't have to wait until 2016 to see everything work. For instance, people using BRT are shortening their daily journey in more than 40 minutes," he added.
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BUCHAREST， Aug. 19 (Xinhua) -- The Romanian judicial authorities on Friday sent a request to Britain for the hearing of three journalists from the British Sky News channels， in connection with a news story about alleged arms trafficking in Romania.
Prosecutors with Romania's Directorate for Organized Crime and Terrorism Investigation (DIICOT) made the move after having started on Wednesday the criminal investigation of the British journalists who took part in the reporting about alleged arms trafficking in Romania， over the offence of communication of false information.
In the report aired on Aug. 7， Sky chief correspondent Stuart Ramsay met with two masked men who offered a range of weapons for sale. One of them told the journalists that sales of AK-47s had "rocketed" in the past two years and he didn't care about his guns falling into the hands of extremists if he got the money.
The report drew widespread criticism from Romanians on social media， as well as from the political circles， with Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos saying on Aug. 11 that "one cannot denigrate a country without having evidence."
Three Romanian citizens presented as arms traffickers in the Sky News video footage were soon detained on charges of complicity in communicating and spreading false information that puts national security at risk， after the Sky News aired the news feature. They risk jail sentences of up to five years.
According to local media reports， the so-called gun smugglers are hunters， and the guns， legally-held， were not military weapons but hunting rifles and they stated that they had been given a script by Ramsay and paid 2，000 euros. One of the three arrested， Aurelian Mihai Szanto， the fixer between British journalists and the alleged two firearm dealers， claimed he had been tricked into taking part under the understanding that the filming would be presented as fictional.
Yet， the Sky chief correspondent wrote on Twitter that "Story is true. Nobody paid. Nobody scripted. Weapons real."
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