Police in Sao Paulo have used tear gas to disperse protesters just three days before the opening game of the World Cup.The protesters included tube workers who are striking over pay.
It is the latest problem to hit the build-up to the tournament in Brazil where airport, rail and road infrastructure remain unfinished, and the threat of gang violence looms large.
ITV News Correspondent Dan Rivers reports from Brazil:
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