The 2016 Summer Olympics start on Aug. 5, and many are concerned that Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, won’t be ready. From mutilated bodies washing ashore to concerns over the Zika virus, check out eight problems that Rio faces before the torch is even lit at the Opening Ceremonies.
Parts of a mutilated body washed up on Copacabana beach where the volleyball competition will occur, according to The Guardian.
Only 49 days before the Opening Ceremony, the governor of Rio de Janeiro declared a state of financial emergency and asked for federal support, according to The Guardian.
"This is the most serious issue in Rio and the state is doing a terrible, horrible job," Rio mayor Eduardo Paes told CNN when asked about policing violent crime. "It's completely failing at its work of policing and taking care of people."