Hundreds of protesters complaining against the high cost of staging the World Cup rallied in front of the Mane Garrincha in Brazil just hours before the opening match of the Confederations Cup.
Riot police were called up to keep demonstrators from getting too close to the stadium as thousands of fans arrived for the inaugural match in the nation's capital.
There was no confrontation, but a few tear gas bombs were thrown by the police to try to control the protesters as they moved near the venue.
Nearly 500 protesters participated in the demonstration. Three were seen being detained.
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