Brazil is currently experiencing a wave of violence as gangs continue to sow terror in the streets of major cities for the third night in a row. 

The attacks have been concentrated in the states of Ceará and Bahia, with reports of burning buses, shooting incidents, and attacks on public buildings. 

Authorities have blamed the violence on organized crime groups that are protesting against the transfer of gang leaders to federal prisons. 

As a result, the government has deployed military and police forces to the affected areas to restore order. 

The situation has caused widespread panic and disruption, with many businesses and schools shutting down. 

The Brazilian President, Jair Bolsonaro, has called for tougher action against the gangs, saying that they will not be allowed to "impose their will" on the country. 

The ongoing violence has underscored the challenges that Brazil faces in its efforts to combat organized crime and improve public safety. 

The country has one of the highest homicide rates in the world, with many of the killings attributed to gang violence. 

The latest attacks are a stark reminder that the problem is far from being resolved. 

The government has vowed to continue its efforts to crack down on the gangs, but it remains to be seen whether these measures will be effective in the long term.