More than 1,250 people have been killed by police this year under the watch of the far-right president, who came to office promising a zero-tolerance approach to crime.
Clauvinho da Silva was a member of the Red Command drug faction and had been serving a 73 year sentence.
Clauvinho da Silva, known as Shorty, was part of the notorious Red Command gang in Rio de Janeiro.
Marcos Vinicius de Silva, 14, was caught up in a police security operation when he was walking to school.
Sunday's protest in Copacabana beach followed the fatal shooting of a 76-year-old woman and her daughter.
Craig Spence, of the IPC, believes the 267 members of the Russian team are owed an apology.
The victim is believed to be unharmed.
The Olympic gold medallist competes Tuesday.
John Anzrah allegedly gave urine in the name of one of his athletes.
Lego unveils a model of the city's landmarks ahead of the 2016 Olympics.
The sprinter is a famous fan of the Old Trafford club.
Jihadi chatter centers on attacks against athletes that will gain media attention worldwide.
Brazil's counter-terrorism director said the country faces a rising threat from radical Islamists.
World athletics' governing body met in Zurich on Friday.
Many question Brazil's readiness to host the Games in the 'murder capital of the world.'
More than 200 health experts wrote an open letter in May calling for the games to be postponed or relocated because of the Zika outbreak.
More than 30 men reputedly assaulted the girl in a Rio favela and posted a video to Twitter.