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I -- thousands of protesters flooding the streets of Brazil's biggest cities watch us.
Communities you know home of the 2016.
But -- they're off to a good start.
This just a month before a visit from Pope Francis.
-- he can help to calm things down.
When he visits -- -- -- you narrow and it's a year before the World Cup soccer tournament itself Steve Harrigan joins me now live in Miami what set off.
All of this.
-- this really started out small -- just the small town there is a ten cent hike.
In the price of a bus -- now that anger spread in part through social media.
Across the country until a major cities really -- Brazilian had these major protest.
That the bigger anger behind this movement is -- sense.
Nation is trying to show itself on the world stage spending billions of dollars on stadium ahead of the World Cup ahead here.
It's an ordinary people feeling they're not getting enough attention from their own government.
How how how serious is this in terms of the government and and these events.
This is rare for Brazil and the numbers are huge 200000.
It's a real battles with police using tear gas -- at times.
Rubber bullets -- what's more disconcerting for the government is the make up for the protesters a lot of middle class that their families.
Anger at the performance of their own government.
North -- ten cents sets it off there and the building of a mile and a part in Turkey there's a lot of anger.
Out there -- thank you very much.
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