Brazil Fights Sex Tourism, Child Prostitution Ahead of FIFA World Cup

As night falls, Adriana de Morais patrols the clubs and bars of Natal, one of Brazil's World Cup host cities, looking for underage prostitutes and trying to get them off the streets.

updated: May 19, 2014 18:16 IST
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Brazil: An estimated 600,000 foreigners are about to descend on Brazil for the World Cup, which opens June 12, and the authorities worry the influx will bring an increase in sex tourism and child prostitution.

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