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Brazil says it's right choice for 2014 World Cup

Protests target Confederation Cup match in Rio

Spy claims send allies complaining to Obama

2016 Rio Olympics aim for record sponsorship haul

Brazil's World Cup dream turns to nightmare

Rooting against the home team in soccer-crazed Brazil

Subway staff stick with strike snarling World Cup city

Brazil leader slams 'campaign' against World Cup

Brazil's leader urges patience amid scandal, economic woes

Nearly one million Brazilians protest against president

Demonstrators flood Brazilian streets in protest

Rousseff and Neves neck-and-neck ahead of Brazil runoff

Brazilian president's alter ego chases votes online

Brazil faces issues around racism despite image

4 years after mistake, Cesar keeps Brazil alive

Brazil police, protesters clash as World Cup begins

Brazil hopes for smooth opener as World Cup kicks off

Brazil police fire tear gas at World Cup protesters

Brazil leader warns against World Cup violence

5 Things to know about Tuesday's state dinner

Brazil VP says government is 'paying attention' to protests

Hundreds of thousands march to ask Brazil president's ouster

Confed Cup turns into a flash point for Brazil

Shooting incidents mar Brazil's WCup celebration

Brazil's Rousseff, Neves gear up for fierce run-off

One dead as overpass collapses, Brazil braced for quarters

Overpass collapses in World Cup city, kills two

Brazil leader breaks silence about protests

Protesters out again in Brazil's biggest city

France joins list of allies angry over NSA spying

French paper sticks by snooping claims, US says inaccurate

Rousseff welcomes Putin

Court to weigh in as Sao Paulo snarled by pre-World Cup strike

Court rules against strike snarling World Cup city

Brazil's army to reinforce security for World Cup teams

Anti-World Cup protesters inflate giant footballs in Brasilia

Challenges face Brazil president after re-election

Brazil sees World Cup security risks

5 things to know about World Cup security

Rio ramps up security after deadly unrest

100K protesters flood Brazilian streets in protest

Protesters back in streets of Brazilian cities

France is latest US ally angered by NSA snooping

Snowden affair chills US-Latin American ties

Brazil's mood rests on shoulders of 23 World Cup men