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Juice Rap News: THIEFA's World Coup vs Brazilian people
As Brazil hosts the world’s top football tournament, Juice Rap News’ Robert Foster investigates why many Brazilians are protesting against THIEFA’s World Coup, and why governments’ real interest in the sport should really be called "The World Game."

22.06.2014 06:15

Brazilian slum team challenges World Cup champs
The star team of the world's best footballers – still to be determined at the 2014 Brazil World Cup – has been challenged by a team of the world's poorest to play a match on their home field in the São Paulo slums.

21.06.2014 22:55

Best fans at World Cup? Japanese clean up stadium after team’s matches (PHOTOS)
The football showdown between Japan and Greece ended in a scoreless draw, but the Japanese fans scored top points from the clean-up crew after leaving the stands of the stadium and its bathroom unblemished.

20.06.2014 20:03

'Naked football': Brazil prostitutes show ball skills to highlight sex workers’ rights
As football stars are scoring news goals in the World Cup, Brazilian prostitutes decided to join the football fever by organizing an impromptu match to draw attention to sex workers’ rights.

15.06.2014 10:57

Nigeria football team says they took 'no witch doctor' to WC
Even if Nigeria’s football team ever had a witch doctor on their team, that was years ago - and now it is fair game only, says forwards Peter Osaze Odemwingie.

14.06.2014 05:13

‘Sardine can:’ Popemobile out of favor with Pope Francis
Pope Francis says that although he is taking a risk by ditching his bulletproof popemobile to engage with ordinary people, he has little to lose at the age of 77. He added that the fancy car reminds him of a “sardine can.”

13.06.2014 17:02

Tear gas, stun grenades: Brazilian police disperse protesters hours before WC opener
Brazilian police have used teargas and stun grenades in San Paolo clashing with about 200 protesters angry with the govt overspending on the 2014 FIFA World Cup. This occurred hours before the tournament’s opening game to be held in the city.

12.06.2014 15:22

Rio's airport workers go on strike on the eve of World Cup opening
Workers at Rio de Janeiro's three airports have declared a 24-hour strike, asking for a pay raise ahead of the World Cup opening ceremony scheduled for Thursday, unions said.

12.06.2014 00:38

​#OpWorldCup: Anonymous wages cyber attacks against Brazil govt
The hacktivist group Anonymous has claimed responsibility for cyber attacks on websites of the Brazilian government and major sponsors of the World Cup. Dubbed #OpWorldCup, the operation is protesting corruption and “actions against the people.”

12.06.2014 00:18

2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil
Five-time champions Brazil are hosting the 20th football World Cup, with Germany battling it out with Argentina to see who will be crowned champion in Rio de Janeiro on July 13. RT is providing full coverage of the match on its website.

09.06.2014 19:45

Brazil countdown: Get me to the World Cup on time!
It’s high fever time in Sao Paulo. The Dutch are chilling in Ipanema, right in front of the beach. The Italians are in their own Riviera 100 kilometers from Rio.

09.06.2014 10:45

#NotGoingToBrazil hits Twitter as Rousseff slams ‘campaign against World Cup’
The recent protests against this month’s FIFA World Cup have spread to Twitter with the hashtag "I am not going to Brazil because…" Brazil’s president has slammed the protest as a campaign against FIFA and her party.

08.06.2014 04:40

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