Egyptians gather in Tahrir Square during a demonstration against President Mohammed Morsi in Cairo on Sunday. Hundreds of thousands of Morsi opponents poured out onto the streets across much of Egypt, launching an all-out push to force him from office on the first anniversary of his inauguration. Amr Nabil/AP hide caption

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Brazil Tramples Poor Citizens In Its Rush To Glory

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Ecuador is considering an asylum request from Edward Snowden, who reportedly is still holed up at the Sheremetyevo airport in Moscow. Kirill Kudryavtsev/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Construction is underway on the Itaquerao stadium in Sao Paulo, shown here June 12. The stadium will be the venue for the opening ceremony and game of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, and many migrants are among the laborers working on the project. Sebastiao Moreira/EPA/Landov hide caption

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Amid Construction Boom, Migrants Flow Into Brazil

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In Light Of Protests, Brazil Offers Changes

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange (left) and Ecuadorian Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino appear on a window of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London on June 16. Assange has been living at the embassy for the past year. Patino announced Sunday that Ecuador would consider giving asylum to former NSA contractor Edward Snowden. Frank Augstein/AP hide caption

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NSA Leaker Edward Snowden Is A Man On The Move

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Protests Allow Brazilians To Feel Part Of Global Movement

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Spanish director Pedro Almodovar's new film is called I'm So Excited. Juan Naharro Gimenez/Getty Images hide caption

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'I'm So Excited': Pedro Almodovar's Spanish Metaphor

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Brazil Protests Rage On, Despite Government Call For Change

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Indigenous leaders from Brazil's Terena tribe attend a meeting with government officials in the capital, Brasilia, on June 6. Brazil's Indians have been demanding greater land rights and are increasingly coming into conflict with large ranchers and farmers. Eraldo Peres/AP hide caption

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Brazil's Indians Reclaim Land, Citing Promises, Using Force

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