Where will fans watch the World Cup games?

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Brazil says nearly 4 million tourists are expected in the country over the course of the World Cup. And clearly, only a small percentage will be able to watch the games in person at stadiums.
CCTV’s Stephen Gibbs reports from Rio de Janeiro.

Where Will Fans Watch the World Cup Games

Where Will Fans Watch the World Cup Games

Brazil says nearly 4 million tourists are expected in the country over the course of the World Cup. And clearl, only a small percentage will be able to watch the games in person at stadiums. CCTV's Stephen Gibbs is in Rio de Janeiro.
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Subway workers in Brazil’s biggest city have been debating whether to walk off the job on Thursday. Their decision could grind the city to a halt on the day “it” is to host the opening match of the World Cup.
Subway Workers Agreed to 2-day Strike Delay on Tuesday in Sao Paulo

Subway Workers Agreed to 2-day Strike Delay on Tuesday in Sao Paulo

Subway workers in Brazil's biggest city have been debating whether to walk off the job on Thursday. Their decision could grind the city to a halt on the day "it" is to host the opening match of the World Cup. CCTV's Paulo Cabral is live in Sao Paulo
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All eyes are on Brazil as World Cup 2014 finally gets underway. Thursday’s opening match pits the host country against Croatia. It will be preceded by something the world has never seen if all goes well, a paralyzed person will kick the tournament’s ceremonial first soccer ball. CCTV’s Hendrik Sybrandy reports on the scientific invention that’s making it possible, a robotic exoskeleton that will be squarely in the global spotlight.
Robotic Exoskeleton Helps Paralyzed Person kicking 1st ball of 2014 World Cup

Robotic Exoskeleton Helps Paralyzed Person kicking 1st ball of 2014 World Cup

All eyes are on Brazil as World Cup 2014 finally gets underway. Thursday's opening match pits the host country against Croatia. It will be preceded by something the world has never seen if all goes well, a paralyzed person will kick the tournament's ceremonial first soccer ball. CCTV's Hendrik Sybrandy reports on the scientific invention that's making it possible, a robotic exoskeleton that will be squarely in the global spotlight.
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Kris Voakes, the international football correspondent for the website Goal joined CCTV’s discussion on this topic.
Interview with Kris Voakes on Brazil World Cup

Interview with Kris Voakes on Brazil World Cup

Kris Voakes, the international football correspondent for the website Goal joined CCTV's discussion on this topic.
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