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Drought headaches in Brazil's WCup opener city

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SAO PAULO (AP) — As if Brazil didn't have enough to deal with as the World Cup approaches, the worst drought in more than 80 years is hitting the country's largest city just as it prepares for the tens of thousands of foreigners expected at the tournament opener. The hotel industry says tourist areas at Sao Paulo's lower elevations shouldn't be affected by the water shortage. Many places where...

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