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(AGI) Brasilia, July 3 - A twelve-year-old boy was critically injured during a demonstration in Brazil. The child was shot in the head and was taken to hopsital. The gunman was a retired police officer who, irritated by the noise from the gathering, opened fire on the crowd when he saw several of the protesters heaping up sacks of rubbish to start a fire. The incident took place in Santa Luzia, a district in the port of Belo Horizonte in the western Brazilian state of Minas Gerais...