World football governing body FIFA has not considered cancelling the Confederations Cup in Brazil despite recent unrest, spokesman Pekka Odriozola has said.
"I am not sure that anybody...was expecting something like this....we condemn any form of violence", Mr Odriozola added.
There are eight games left in the tournament and play is due to resume tomorrow with Italy facing Brazil in Salvador and Japan playing Mexico.
The final will take place on Sunday 30 June.
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