SAO PAULO - Brazil's World Cup preparations endured a rough, as police clashed with striking subway workers in Sao Paulo, massive traffic jams snarled the mega-city and fans booed the national team.
Commuters are seen at the Ana Rosa station during a Metro workers strike, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on June 6, 2014
The scuffle in the metro station and a separate anti-government protest that gathered 3,000 people raised fears of more unrest when Brazil and Croatia open the World Cup in Sao Paulo on Thursday.
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