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Brazil’s Neymar steps up against Chile to keep World Cup dream alive

Oh, Brazil. The hosts are into the quarter-finals of their World Cup of World Cups after beating Chile on penalties at the end of a thrilling, gruelling 1-1 draw in Belo Horizonte. Brazil went to the well one more time

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By the time the World Cup is over, Mary Santos da Silva hopes she can afford to build an extra floor on the roof of her house. A resident of Alto de Ondina, a neighbourhood overlooking the ocean in the city of

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Brazil Promises ‘Greenest FIFA World Cup’

Brazil announced a package of pollution-cutting measures Tuesday aimed at making this year’s World Cup more environmentally friendly, ranging from an emissions-trading scheme to a “green passport” smart-phone application. “We want to score green goals,” said Environment Minister Izabella Teixeira

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Brazil authorises nearly 2000 extra World Cup flights

Aviation authorities in Brazil have scheduled nearly 2000 extra flights during the World Cup in order to meet soaring demand. Among routes that will see the most additional flights are Buenos Aires-Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia-Sao Paulo and Fortaleza-Sao Paulo. Three

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Manchester Home Improvements

Manchester Home Improvements