A concession by Brazilian authorities isn't enough to end protests.
Brazilian police have clashed with protesters in Sao Paulo, just hours before the World Cup was to kick off. These were just the latest in a wave of protests against the government over the high cost of the event.
Anti-World Cup unrest in Brazil has flared again, with indigenous demonstrators and those opposed to the tournament clashing with police. It's the latest in a series of recent protests.
Protests have erupted in Brazil just weeks before the World Cup is due to kick off. The mass demonstrations have changed the country, but the tournament has proven an ineffective campaign platform, writes Astrid Prange.
Protesters have taken to the streets of Brazil's major cities to voice their dissatisfaction with the money spent on the World Cup. The unrest comes less than a month before the football tournament's first match.
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