The Copa America, which is set to start on Sunday, can go ahead in Brazil, the country’s Supreme Court has decided. Judges held an emergency session on Thursday to consider requests to halt the competition because of the coronavirus pandemic. It was argued that hosting the tournament would endanger the lives of thousands of people. The judges said that the Brazilian constitution did not give the court the power to block it.
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