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Largest protests -- -- Brazil in two decades exploding overnight.
An estimated one million people coming out to demonstrate against the country's government.
Flooding the streets and -- -- -- clashing with police tear gas -- -- to fires burned.
It's really exciting to see the people in the streets demanding their rights -- people have woken up at least forty people suffering injuries in Rio alone.
Protesters in the capital storming government buildings.
Surrounding Brazil's Foreign Ministry and trying to break windows that congress.
Quite axis at least one -- calling for peace.
Well I support peaceful demonstrations without violence without vandalism.
Respecting the police because in the end -- -- by our side it.
Protests spreading within 100 cities overnight sparked by transport fare hikes more than a week ago -- -- their hands.
And more victimized squares government corruption -- high prices and taxes -- football fields -- those schools and medical resources are scanners.
The unrest flaring during the confederations cup and international soccer tournament.
And before Brazil hosts the World Cup next year and the 2016.
A 26 billion dollar price tag on those two upcoming athletic events adding to protesters' anger.
Brazil's president called an emergency meeting of the cabinet on Friday to help try to deal with the crisis.
In Miami Steve Harrigan Fox News.
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