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What the World Cup Means for Rio's Favelas

by WSJ Live 3:22 mins

What the World Cup Means for Rio's Favelas

by WSJ Live 3:22 mins

With the World Cup around the corner, residents of slums known as favelas in Brazil are unsure if an influx of tourists in their communities will bring more harm than good.

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