In the north of Brazil at least twelve people were killed in a shooting at a cafe. According to local media, the victims were five women and seven men, including the owner.
An armed group of at least seven people arrived in cars and motorbikes. After the masked gunmen entered the pub, they started shooting at those present.
Six women and five men died. That reports the Brazilian Ministry of Public Security of the state of Para. There is an investigation into the motive for the shooting.
The café is located in the Guamá neighborhood of the city of Belém. In March, President Jair Bolsonaro sent a contingent of the Brazilian military to the area known to be dangerous in order to improve safety.
The café was known as a base for drug dealers.