Saturday, June 21, 2014 at 1:37 pm (Updated: June 23, 11:46 am)
RIO DE JANEIRO — Six hundred additional military police was to be assigned to Sunday’s World Cup match at Rio’s Maracana stadium between Belgium and Russia after almost 100 un-ticketed Chilean fans rampaged through the stadium’s media center before the last game.
Colonel Jose Luis Castro, head of military police for Rio de Janeiro state, said Friday the reinforcements would be used to beef up the 2,500 military police that had already been assigned to the game.
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