Ahead of the World Cup, Brazil’s churches work to protect children from sex abuse

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Evangelical Christians protest against child sex exploitation outside World Cup Stadium in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Religion News Service photo by Robson Coelho

Evangelical Christians protest against child sex exploitation outside World Cup Stadium in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Religion News Service photo by Robson Coelho

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RIO DE JANEIRO (RNS) With an estimated 600,000 soccer fans expected to arrive in Brazil within a matter of days, the South American nation is under pressure to combat its international reputation as a destination for child sex tourism.