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SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazil's hosting of the World Cup has been far from perfect but it has gone more smoothly than many expected, boosting President Dilma Rousseff's chances for re-election in October.
RECIFE Brazil (Reuters) - Costa Rica reached the quarter-finals of the World Cup for the first time by beating Greece 5-3 on penalties on Sunday after conceding a stoppage time equaliser and playing 54 minutes with 10 men.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - A street demonstration in Brazil's biggest city ended in violence on Thursday as anti-government protesters vandalized cars and banks and police responded with tear gas.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - With just over a week to go before the World Cup kicks off, Brazil is racing to get its stadiums, airports, roads and phone networks ready before hundreds of thousands of football fans descend on the country.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Rio's iconic Christ statue will be lit up on the eve of Sunday's World Cup final in the colours of each of the finalists' flags with Twitter users to determine which is displayed the longest.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazil's World Cup was the biggest social media event on record involving 350 million Facebook Inc users worldwide, the company claimed on Monday, as it made strides into the so-called "real-time" market dominated by Twitter.
GLASGOW: The national lawn bowlers are not finished yet. With four more events to go, they will going all out to add to the two silvers they have won so far.
GLASGOW, July 23 (Reuters) – Sri Lanka’s cycling team took to the open road for training at the Commonwealth Games but prompted a police response as they rode along one of Scotland’s busiest motorways on Wednesday.
SAO PAULO/BRASILIA (Reuters) - The script was simple enough: host the football World Cup, win it for a record sixth time and ride a wave of national euphoria to another four years in power.