Stadium workers end strike in Brazil
SAO PAULO -- Workers building a 2014 World Cup stadium in northeastern Brazil have ended a two-day strike after reaching a deal with their contractors.
The union representing the workers said they accepted the contractors' proposal and returned to the construction site on Tuesday, two days after going on strike to demand payment of delayed salaries.
At least four other host cities have been affected by workers' strikes in the past, including Rio de Janeiro, home of the final at Maracana.
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