Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff stands between Rio de Janeiro Mayor Eduardo Paes, left, and Brazil's Olympic Committee President Carlos Arthur Nuzman, right, Tuesday, June 23, 2015. On Sunday, June 28, 2015, Rousseff arrives in the United States for a three-day visit, capped by a bilateral meeting on Tuesday with President Barack Obama at the White House. The two leaders are expected to discuss economic and trade issues, defense cooperation, education, and climate change.
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff stands between Rio de Janeiro Mayor Eduardo Paes, left, and Brazil's Olympic Committee President Carlos Arthur Nuzman, right, Tuesday, June 23, 2015. On Sunday, June 28, 2015, Rousseff arrives in the United States for a three-day visit, capped by a bilateral meeting on Tuesday with President Barack Obama at the White House. The two leaders are expected to discuss economic and trade issues, defense cooperation, education, and climate change. Felipe Dana AP
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff stands between Rio de Janeiro Mayor Eduardo Paes, left, and Brazil's Olympic Committee President Carlos Arthur Nuzman, right, Tuesday, June 23, 2015. On Sunday, June 28, 2015, Rousseff arrives in the United States for a three-day visit, capped by a bilateral meeting on Tuesday with President Barack Obama at the White House. The two leaders are expected to discuss economic and trade issues, defense cooperation, education, and climate change. Felipe Dana AP

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