How World Cup Is Securing Against Protests, Terror

June 13 (Bloomberg) –- Brazil is hoping to avoid the violence and widespread riots during this year's World Cup. Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker embedded with police and military forces in the Amazon city of Manaus, host to one of the biggest matches, England vs. Italy, to get an inside look at how Brazil is preparing to secure the World Cup. Video by: Dan Przygoda, Micha Rondeau, Erik Schatzker, Joe Medina. (Source: Bloomberg)

London Attacker Identified as Khalid Masood
41:57 - U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May announced that the terrorist behind Wednesday's attack in London was previously investigated by British security services. The U.K.-born attacker was identified by police as 52-year-old Khalid Masood. Bloomberg's Robert Hutton reports on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close." (Source: Bloomberg)
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