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Some Brazilians Ignore World Cup as They Try to Survivei
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July 04, 2014 2:36 AM
Thousands of soccer fans from all over the world are enjoying their time in Brazil, with beautiful beaches, tropical weather and parties everywhere. But behind the scenes, there are some places where not many tourists will go -- and where not many are celebrating during this World Cup. VOA's Gesell Tobias has the story from Sao Paulo.

Some Brazilians Ignore World Cup as They Try to Survive

Published July 03, 2014

Thousands of soccer fans from all over the world are enjoying their time in Brazil, with beautiful beaches, tropical weather and parties everywhere. But behind the scenes, there are some places where not many tourists will go -- and where not many are celebrating during this World Cup. VOA's Gesell Tobias has the story from Sao Paulo.


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