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China Looks To Invest Further In Latin America

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Advocates Keep Focus On Issues Outside World Cup Stadiums

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The Conundrum Of The Cup-Deprived: Brazilians Wonder Who To Root For

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Brazilians Lick Wounds After World Cup Loss To Germany

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The Collective Anguish Of The Brazilian Defeat

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For Brazilians, Game-Day Rituals Lead To Sense Of Community

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Paulo Ito's picture of a starving child left to dine on a soccer ball has been shared more than 50,000 times on Facebook. Andre Penner/AP hide caption

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Graffiti Artist Sprays Brazil's Turmoil Across Its City Walls

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Argentinian World Cup Fans Plant Their Flag In Brazil

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Rivalry: Spanish Speakers Flood Portuguese-Speaking Brazil

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Once Bitten, Twice Decried: Uruguay Outraged By Suarez Punishment

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In Brazil, The Home Team's Not The Only Team To Root For

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Revived Mariel Port Attracts Investment From Brazil

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Troubles Put Aside, Brazilians Embrace World Cup

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How Do You Win A World Cup Game Without Even Playing? Ask A Fan

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