Paulo Prada

Reuters

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Senior correspondent for Reuters, based out of Rio De Janeiro

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Four weeks until Brazil lights its Olympic cauldron in Rio, and the country is in a shambles.

Will Rio be Ready?

Four weeks until Brazil lights its Olympic cauldron in Rio, and the country is in a shambles.

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In the semi-finals of this year’s World Cup, Brazil lost to Germany by 7 to 1—a major blow to the host country. But Brazil also proved itself capable of staging a world-class event.

Brazil’s World Cup Experience: The Take and the Heartache

In the semi-finals of this year’s World Cup, Brazil lost to Germany by 7 to 1—a major blow to the host country. But Brazil also proved itself capable of staging a world-class event.

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