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Brazil anti-World Cup protesters clash with police

28 May 2014 Last updated at 07:09 BST

Police in Brazil have fired tear gas at anti-World Cup and indigenous demonstrators in the capital, Brasilia.

Stones were hurled at security forces as hundreds of protesters tried to reach the National Stadium - where the golden tournament cup is on display.

A group of indigenous people who were demanding land rights at Congress joined the protest.

Wyre Davies reports.

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