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World Cup 2014 views from Tokyo: Honduras and Iran

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Published on Jun 16, 2014

Mark Buckton interviews natives of the 32 countries that have qualified for the FIFA World Cup 2014 about their teams' chances. In this final installment from Tokyo, a Honduran diplomat and an Iranian-Japanese junior high school student discuss their teams' chances in Brazil.

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