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Rainy Day is Not Enough to Slow the World Cup Partyi
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June 20, 2014 2:22 AM
It's a gray, rainy day in Rio, and the beaches and streets are empty, despite the World Cup. But hardcore fans are still out watching the matches and celebrating victories. Even the weather can't stop this soccer party. VOA’s Brian Allen has more.

Rainy Day is Not Enough to Slow the World Cup Party

Published June 19, 2014

It's a gray, rainy day in Rio, and the beaches and streets are empty, despite the World Cup. But hardcore fans are still out watching the matches and celebrating victories. Even the weather can't stop this soccer party. VOA’s Brian Allen has more.


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