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1. 2014-06-27 Uruguay coach to quit Fifa in protest Uruguay
2014-06-12 Brazilian police fire tear gas at World Cup protesters Corinthians Stadium, Sao Paulo
D. 2014-06-06 Clashes in Sao Paulo strikes ahead of World Cup
4. 2014-05-19 Pele fears protests hurt World Cup Brazil
F. 2014-05-15 Brazil hit by anti-World Cup rallies Sao Paulo
6. 2013-06-15 Brazilians protest high cost of hosting World Cup Brasilia, Brazil

  Brazilian police fire tear gas at World Cup protesters Map of Corinthians Stadium Brazil
  Uruguay coach to quit Fifa in protest


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Jun.27
  Oscar Tabarez said he will resign from two Fifa posts in protest at the 'excessive severity' of Luis Suarez's ban
Jun.12
  Sao Paulo: Brazilian police fired tear gas to hold back a small group of people who were trying to work their way through Sao Paulo to Corinthians Stadium

Jun.6
  Police in Brazil have used tear gas to break up protesters on the second day of a metro strike that has left Sao Paulo's transport in chaos
May.19   Pele fears protests hurt World Cup
   Brazil: The Brazilian footballing great Pele says he fears the many protests in the country could hurt the World Cup
May.15 Brazil hit by anti-World Cup rallies
  Sao Paulo: Riot police have fired tear gas to disperse thousands of protesters in Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro who marched against the cost of hosting the cup


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Jun.15 Brazilians protest high cost of hosting World Cup
Map of Brasilia Brazil  About 1,000 protesters demonstrated in front of the National Stadium just hours before Brazil played in the opening match of the Confederations Cup


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