Brazil braces for uneasy start to the World Cup as social unrest continues. Less than four days before it’s set to hosts the opening tournament, São Paulo became the scene of protests, as striking subway workers prompted police to use teargas and rubber bullets.. There have been reports of hundreds of protests all over the country, with people demanding improved public services and aid to the poor, amid the billion dollar cost of hosting the World Cup.
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