Brazil protesters struggle to define next steps

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A protester holds a sign that reads in Portuguese "Hunger, misery and oppression and Brazil five time champions," a few miles from the soccer stadium where Nigeria and Uruguay will play in a Confederations Cup soccer game in Salvador, Brazil, Thursday, June 20, 2013. Beginning as protests against bus fare hikes, demonstrations have quickly ballooned to include broad middle-class outrage over the failure of governments to provide basic services and ensure public safety. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)SAO PAULO (AP) — After a week of mass protests, Brazilians won the world's attention and a pull-back on the subway and bus fare hikes that had first ignited their rage. But many say the real work is just beginning.