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Brazil: Protesters and sport score

PLEASE NOTE: EDIT CONTAINS CONVERTED 4:3 MATERIAL Brazil's biggest protests in 20 years appear to be making their mark. An estimated 15, 000 turned out in the north-eastern city of Fortaleza on Wednesday. Car tyres and some vehicles were set alight. Police fired tear gas despite calls for restraint. Brazil's Confederations Cup match against Mexico in the city didn't escape the protests. Fans inside the stadium brandished placards to show their support for the demonstrators outside. In Brazil's two largest cities, Sao Paolo, and Rio de Janeiro, officials backed down on planned public transport fare rises that ignited the backlash. (SOUNDBITE)(Portuguese) GERALDO ALCKMIN, GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF SAO PAOLO, SAYING: "We will carry the burden of the budgetary costs to the states, making an adjustment in the area of investment and tightening our belts. But I understand transportation is important, that quality public transportation work

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