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    In Ipanema Brazilians Pour into Bars to Watch World Cupi
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    June 18, 2014 9:45 AM
    Brazil is expecting more than a half-million foreign tourists for this year’s World Cup - but if you’re a local, where would you go to see your country play? VOA’s Brian Allen and Rod James take you to a little café in Rio de Janeiro to see how Brazilians watch the World Cup.

    In Ipanema Brazilians Pour into Bars to Watch World Cup

    Published June 18, 2014

    Brazil is expecting more than a half-million foreign tourists for this year’s World Cup - but if you’re a local, where would you go to see your country play? VOA’s Brian Allen and Rod James take you to a little café in Rio de Janeiro to see how Brazilians watch the World Cup.


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