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A dog walks on a concrete soccer pitch in front of a wall decorated with a mural depicting soccer players, Mario Balotelli of Italy, from left to right, Lionel Messi of Argentina, Neymar of Brazil, Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal and Luis Suarez of Uruguay, in the Tavares Bastos favela, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Friday, May 23, 2014. 32 national teams will compete in the upcoming World Cup, with Sao Paulo hosting the opening ceremony and kick-off match between Brazil and Croatia on June 12. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)

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In this May 11, 2014 photo, fans use their cell phones during the Brazilian league soccer match between Fluminense and Flamengo, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The country's spotty coverage makes telecommunications among Brazil’s most loathed industries. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)

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In this May 11, 2014 photo, a soccer fan takes a photo with his cell phone during the Brazilian league soccer match between Fluminense and Flamengo, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Government investment was supposed to remedy Brazil's lacking mobile communications services before the World Cup. Leaders promised blazing-fast 4G mobile networks in the 12 cities hosting the matches, but that didn’t happen. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)