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Juliana Barbassa began her career with The Dallas Observer, where she won a Katie Award in 1999. She joined The Associated Press in 2003, and after two more awards from the National Association of Hispanic Journalists and the APME, she returned to Brazil in 2010 as AP’s Rio de Janeiro correspondent. Her first book, “Dancing With the Devil in the City of God,” was published in July 2015.