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Brazil police, military take to the field for World Cup
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After years of construction delays, alleged corruption, infrastructure shortfalls and bickering with FIFA, soccer's governing body, Brazil hopes the Cup at the very least will be safe for the 2 million people expected to travel to games, outdoor
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