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This Feb. 2014 photo released by Portal da Copa shows the Guarulhos International Airport still under construction in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Infrastructure experts say Brazil has run out of time to meet its promise to fully expand and renovate airports that will serve hundreds of thousands of fans pouring into the country for the World Cup that starts in just two months. Improvements are ready at only two of the 13 major airports.  (AP Photo/Portal da Copa, Delfim Martins)

This Feb. 2014 photo released by Portal da Copa shows the Guarulhos International Airport still under construction in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Infrastructure experts say Brazil has run out of time to meet its promise to fully expand and renovate airports that will serve hundreds of thousands of fans pouring into the country for the World Cup that starts in just two months. Improvements are ready at only two of the 13 major airports. (AP Photo/Portal da Copa, Delfim Martins)

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