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South African police prepare for football WC

South African police prepare for football WC
South African Minister of Police Nathi Mthethwa gestures during a release of airballoons in Cape Town stadium, as the South African police service and other emergency services take part in the national launch of the state of readyness for FIFA World Cup, on April 29, 2010 in Cape Town. This campaign was lauched to show that security services are ready for issues that might take place during the World Cup which starts in June 11. (Getty Images)
South African police prepare for football WC
A municipal employee cleans a statue in the city, as the South African police service and other emergency services take part in the national launch of the state of readyness for FIFA World Cup, on April 29, 2010 in Cape Town. This campaign was lauched to show that security services are ready for issues that might take place during the World Cup which starts in June 11. (Getty Images)
South African police prepare for football WC
Doves are released in Cape Town stadium, as the South African police service and other emergency services take part in the national launch of the state of readyness for FIFA World Cup, on April 29, 2010. This campaign was lauched to show that security services are ready for issues that might take place during the World Cup which starts in June 11. (Getty Images)
South African police prepare for football WC
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Riot control police units and vehicles parade through the city, as the South African police service and other emergency services take part in the national launch of the state of readyness for FIFA World Cup, on April 29, 2010 in Cape Town. This campaign was lauched to show that security services are ready for issues that might take place during the World Cup which starts in June 11. (Getty Images)
South African police prepare for football WC
Members of the South African Police Service sit in the Cape Town Stadium and watch the National Launch of the State of Readyness For FIFA World Cup, on April 29, in Cape Town. The campaign was held in part to show that security services are ready for issues that might arise during the World Cup, which starts in June. (Getty Images)\n