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BRAZIL BEATEN: A Brazilian soccer fan cries as she watches a live telecast of the semifinals World Cup soccer match between Brazil and Germany in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, Tuesday, July 8. Photo: Associated Press/Bruno Magalhaes

Germany stunned Brazil – and the world – on Tuesday, crushing them 7-1.

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