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Residents of the northern Mozambique village of Alua watch a live broadcasting of the Football World Cup quarter final match organised by the Italian Agency for Cooperation and Development with Mozambican organisations as part of Cinemarena on July 6, 2018 in Alua, Mozambique. / AFP PHOTO / GIANLUIGI GUERCIA

In a far corner of Mozambique, a World Cup under the stars

In front of a large screen in a dusty field in remote northern Mozambique, a crowd is gripped by the second World Cup quarter-final, desperately willing Brazil to victory.

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