Caroline Moura poses for a photo holding a sign that reads in Portuguese; "Corruption is cured with education," at an anti-government protest, in Brasilia, Brazil, Thursday, June 20, 2013. The 23-year-old business administrator says, "Corruption is the greatest problem In Brazil. All that money that went into the World Cup is a Matterhorn for the police to look into. If people were more educated we wouldn't have so many corrupt people in power." (AP Photo/Marco Sibaja)

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Caroline Moura poses for a photo holding a sign that reads in Portuguese; "Corruption is cured with education," at an anti-government protest, in Brasilia, Brazil, Thursday, June 20, 2013.  The 23-year-old business administrator says, "Corruption is the greatest problem In Brazil. All that money that went into the World Cup is a Matterhorn for the police to look into. If people were more educated we wouldn't have so many corrupt people in power." (AP Photo/Marco Sibaja)
Caroline Moura poses for a photo holding a sign that reads in Portuguese; "Corruption is cured with education," at an anti-government protest, in Brasilia, Brazil, Thursday, June 20, 2013. The 23-year-old business administrator says, "Corruption is the greatest problem In Brazil. All that money that went into the World Cup is a Matterhorn for the police to look into. If people were more educated we wouldn't have so many corrupt people in power." (AP Photo/Marco Sibaja)
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