Channel 4 News cameraman Dai Baker photographs Rio de Janeiro as protests continue across Brazil.
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The first time I came to Sao Paulo over a decade ago, I was struck by the cost of living in comparison to the rest of the region.
The World Cup begins on Thursday, but what should be a joyful moment for Brazilians has been marred by anti-government protests, with anger also directed at football's governing body.
Whatever the result in Sunday's World Cup final, a heavy shadow will linger over the Maracaná stadium long after the last whistle has sounded.
World Cup hosts Brazil saw their dreams dashed last night by a seemingly unstoppable German side who beat them 7-1 in the semi-final. But maybe social media gags will cheer them up? Nah, probably not.
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Peru may not be appearing in this year's World Cup, but that did not stop our Latin American Reporter Guillermo Galdos, a Peruvian, from getting involved with a football in Sao Paulo.
In the biggest shock in World Cup history, Brazil are dumped out of the tournament by a rampant Germany. There are no words, so here are some pictures.
All eyes will be on England's team in the coming weeks as they face some testing matches in Brazil. But the weather will provide its own challenges too - so what can they expect?
As the Brazilians come to Wembley to celebrate the English FA's 150th birthday, we look back over 50 years of England-Brazil internationals.