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Friday's semi-random ordering could determine fates of many national teams in the quadrennial tournament
New effort to organize low-wage bank workers in US targets entire industry
Itaquerao Stadium, which will host the event's opener in Brazil next year, was practically completed before the collapse
General Assembly condemns unlawful surveillance but refrains from calling it a human rights violation
Resolution calls for countries to extend right to privacy to Internet, other electronic communications
Country wants to shield citizens from NSA spying capabilities by making Internet companies build servers in Brazil
Events began as peaceful demonstrations in support of public school teachers
Protests have been largely peaceful, yet reports of clashes are being shared on Twitter.
Anarchists wreak havoc at a demonstration in Rio for better pay for teachers
Members of the "black bloc" group smashed gate at City Hall, broke into banks, set fires during hours-long demonstration
One Los Angeles resident has sued the city and a developer over plans to build skyscrapers near the Hollywood fault line
"We don't have hope" says one citizen of Diepsloot, a township where black citizens tuned into Mandela's memorial