Military police numbers increase for World Cup start

With only a few hours to go before the opening ceremony of the Fifa World Cup 2014, military police have increased their numbers to deal with the expectant crowds.

ITV News correspondent Dan Rivers tweets from Sao Paulo:


Military police preparing for the opening if the World Cup in SP. Building sense of excitement here.


I've never seen so many cops! As far as the eye can see - these forces will be guarding stadium in SP


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