Rio de Janeiro’s Eduardo Paes, center, holds the Olympic torch while members of the Mangueira samba school dance Wednesday after the arrival of the flame, which will head to the Maracana stadium for Friday’s Opening Ceremonies.
Rio de Janeiro’s Eduardo Paes, center, holds the Olympic torch while members of the Mangueira samba school dance Wednesday after the arrival of the flame, which will head to the Maracana stadium for Friday’s Opening Ceremonies. Silvia Izquierdo AP
Rio de Janeiro’s Eduardo Paes, center, holds the Olympic torch while members of the Mangueira samba school dance Wednesday after the arrival of the flame, which will head to the Maracana stadium for Friday’s Opening Ceremonies. Silvia Izquierdo AP

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