Brazil corruption probe: Football stadiums under scrutiny

Brazil's biggest ever corruption inquiry has now turned its attention to the country's beloved football stadiums.

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    Brazil's biggest ever corruption inquiry has now turned its attention to the country's beloved football stadiums.

    At least six stadiums built for the 2014 World Cup are under investigation over evidence that builders and politicians worked together to fix contracts.

    Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo reports from Brasilia.


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