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Brazil World Cup: Only 20% of security guards trained

29 April 2014 Last updated at 02:55 BST

Brazil has so far trained only around 20% of the private security guards needed to cover the 12 stadiums hosting World Cup matches in June and July this year.

The organisers say they would consider using police or military staff if needed but FIFA says it will only allow the use of private security stewards.

Daniel Gallas reports.

Video produced by BBC Brasil's Luis Kawaguti and Renata Mendonca

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