World News Now: Tuesday, June 10, 2014

In today's news: Brazil protests; mountain climbers rescued; woman celebrates 100th birthday!
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Transcript for World News Now: Tuesday, June 10, 2014
ABC's world news and asked. The fans -- John -- and -- -- and I -- with the top stories on this Tuesday June 10. Angry protests in Brazil are showing no sign of stopping with just over two days until the started soccer's World Cup. Teachers were among demonstrators yesterday in Rio modern cars carrying government officials they are angry over Brazil's lack of spending on education and health care. While it's -- more than eleven billion dollars on the tournament. Police in San -- fired tear gas -- striking subway workers who -- walk off the job Thursday just hours before the cup's opening match. About our police -- -- standoff in California's salmon and -- valley is ended peacefully started when police tried to -- 41 year old -- threats on an outstanding -- took off he led police -- -- high speed chase and eventually ended. In a San Fernando Valley neighborhood now -- -- the rifle -- roamed from house to house climb on the rooftops triggering a lockdown of happened dozen schools and the evacuation of nearby homes any barricaded himself inside a home swat teams forced him out would tear gas for a space is more than half. Dozen felony charges right now. -- climbers on the road to recovery after taking a dangerous tumble on a mountain Washington State. -- to -- and -- climbing partner were on that amount alone on mount Stuart about 9000 feet in the year. Which he slid about 800 feet and suffered serious injuries her friend called 911 but gusty winds kept rescue helicopters from reaching them. They had to spend another night in the cold huddled together to keep warm. To -- suffered a broken rib arm and she. Well part it was a simple wish credit for a birthday girl in Ohio -- -- loves the smell of fresh cut grass or she wanted to celebrate her 100 birthday. I'm volatile law and the little help turning to garner huge -- Bowling Green State University getting. Just what she wanted to -- also helped plant some flowers outside the student union. Pretty cool I think that story and -- all right get more news anytime an abcnews.com. On John Mueller and -- marina nine and thanks for watching. This is ABC's world news now available anytime anywhere you wanted it. Can smell.

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