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Striking workers stand in front the entrance of the Olympic Park, the main cluster of venues under construction for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Tuesday, April 8, 2014. The labor dispute centers around which union represents the construction workers, and also involves benefits and working conditions. (AP Photo/Silvia Izquierdo)

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This Feb. 2014 photo released by Portal da Copa shows men working on the construction of the Salgado Filho International Airport in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Brazil’s outdated airports were a problem long before the country was awarded the World Cup in 2007. Infrastructure experts say that 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. (AP Photo/Portal da Copa, Gabriel Heusi)

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This Feb. 2014 photo released by Portal da Copa shows the Salgado Filho International Airport under construction in Porto Alegre, Brazil, January, 2014. Brazil’s outdated airports were a problem long before the country was awarded the World Cup in 2007. Former Brazilian football (soccer) federation president Ricardo Teixeira used to say that Brazil had three main problems to solve ahead of the World Cup: “Airports, airports and airports.” (AP Photo/Portal da Copa, Gabriel Heusi)

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This Feb. 2014 photo released by Portal da Copa shows an aerial view of the Marechal Rondon International Airport still under construction in Cuiaba, Brazil. Infrastructure experts say that 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 that will be used in the tournament. (AP Photo/Portal da Copa, Jose Medeiro)

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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)

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This Feb. 2014 photo released by Portal da Copa shows an aerial view of the Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek International Airport still under construction in Brasilia, Brazil. Infrastructure experts say that 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/Ademir Rodrigues,Portal da Copa)

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Women sunbathe at the Piscinao de Ramos artificial lake, part of the Mare slum complex in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Saturday, April 5, 2014. More than 2,000 Brazilian soldiers stormed into the slum complex Saturday with armored personnel carriers and helicopters in a bid to improve security two months before the start of the World Cup. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

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A boy rides his bike in a poor area of the Mare slum complex in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Saturday, April 5, 2014. More than 2,000 Brazilian soldiers stormed into the slum complex Saturday with armored personnel carriers and helicopters in a bid to improve security two months before the start of the World Cup. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)