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Protests break out after a popular local dancer is discovered dead
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Thousands living in tents not far from where tournament’s opening game will be held
Organized by the Landless Workers' Movement, nearly 8,000 families now occupy a tent city in southwest São Paulo
A look at makeshift dwellings in an encampment that more than 8,000 families call home
Evictions come amid preparations for the June World Cup in Brazil
Brazil’s president agrees to operation to quell recent violence in slums, 74 days before World Cup
Groundbreaking legislation would enshrine Net neutrality and attempt to curb NSA spying
The giant summer tournament is casting ugly spotlight on nation's complex history of social strife
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Axel Fernandez, 15, from Honduras has traveled more than 2,400 miles in his attempt to cross into the U.S.