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    Flash Mobs Dance in Rio for Localsi
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    Brian Allen
    June 28, 2014 12:43 PM
    Not everything about the World Cup revolves around football. Sometimes an event like this can bring an extra bit of excitement to a host nation. VOA’s Brian Allen takes you to Rio de Janeiro, where flash mobs are erupting spontaneously, and bringing joy to locals.

    Flash Mobs Dance in Rio for Locals

    Brian Allen

    Published June 28, 2014

    Not everything about the World Cup revolves around football. Sometimes an event like this can bring an extra bit of excitement to a host nation. VOA’s Brian Allen takes you to Rio de Janeiro, where flash mobs are erupting spontaneously, and bringing joy to locals.


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