After a riot at a soccer match killed at least 74 people Wednesday in Port Said, Egypt, new violence erupted Thursday in Cairo with protesters demanding that the country's generals give up power. Jonathan Rugman of Independent Television News reports.
Police invaded Rio de Janeiro's largest slum Sunday, part of a larger effort aimed at cleaning up favelas before the 2014 World Cup.
For more on the Somali terror group that claimed responsibility for the Uganda bombing, Gwen Ifill talks to an expert on the region.
Bombs killed at least 74 people Sunday during a viewing of the World Cup final match in Uganda. Gwen Ifill reports.
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Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on one social entrepreneur's effort to help some unemployed find work in South Africa amid a massive jobless problem.
By Hari Sreenivasan
What happens in that split second between when the penalty kick taker approaches the ball, and when the ball hits the back of the net? In the instant replays from behind the kicker’s shoulder, you can see in slow motion…
As the World Cup enters the semi-finals in South Africa, the country's poorer sections are left in the shadows of the soccer stadiums. Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on how one man has been attempting to bridge the digital divide…
As Brazil hopes for yet another World Cup victory, the country is undergoing a major economic shift -- one that includes bold plans for very deep offshore drilling. Speaking with Jeffrey Brown from Rio de Janeiro, Margaret Warner previews her…
The distinctive buzz of traditional South African vuvuzela stadium horns has sparked controversy at the matches and fascination on the Internet. A reporter with Independent Television News examines the noisy controversy from the World Cup.
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