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Five people have now died in the construction of Brazil’s World Cup stadiums, while a sixth has died from a heart attack on the job

Joachim Low points the way for Germany during training in Barnet as they prepare to face England at Wembley on Tuesday night

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The complex will be named 'Campo Bahia' near the coastal sports resort of Porto Seguro

England will head to Brazil with an Official 2014 World Cup song

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<b>Sergio Romero – Argentina</b><br/>
Nearby neighbours Argentina are considered one of the favourites for Brazil 2014, and with the likes of Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero and Carlos Tevez, you can understand why. But it is goalkeeper Sergio Romero who is the first name on the team-sheet, and he’ll come up against the likes of Edin Dzeko and Shola Ameobi early on after Argentina were drawn with Bosnia-Hercegovina, Iran and Nigeria.
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Obama and Cameron cosy up for ‘inappropriate’ selfie at Nelson Mandela’s memorial service

The leaders spark outrage for taking the photo opportunity at the event

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An injured fan is carried on a stretcher after clashes with team fans during a Brazilian league soccer match between Atletico Paranaense and Vasco da Gama in Joinville, southern Brazil on Sunday
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The 2014 draw takes the England team to dangerous Brazilian cities, but the real trial will be reaching them

An aerial view of the Christ The Redeemer statue (F) and the venue for the final - the Maracana Stadium

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