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Brazilians Greet The World Cup Kickoff With Protests And Tear Gas

Thursday, June 12, 2014

In Brazil, thousands of protesters clashed with police just hours before the World Cup opening ceremony. The streets of Sao Paolo were filled with tear gas and concussion grenades.

Source: NPR

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