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Tear gas settles after a riot at the Obelisco monument in Buenos Aires, Argentina. After the crowd fled, many people were separated from their families. A boy returned to the riot scene and took a seat on the wall at 1 a.m., waiting for his family to find him. (Photo/Brittany Crocker)

Tear gas settles after a riot at the Obelisco monument in Buenos Aires, Argentina. After the crowd fled, many people were separated from their families. A boy returned to the riot scene and took a seat on the wall at 1 a.m., waiting for his family to find him. (Photo/Brittany Crocker)

Almost 20,000 soccer fans flocked to Plaza San Martin to watch Argentina play in the World Cup finals on Sunday, July 13, 2014. It soon became a crowd crush, with soccer fans climbing onto lamp posts, trees and each other to see the game. (Photo/Brittany Crocker)

Almost 20,000 soccer fans flocked to Plaza San Martin to watch Argentina play in the World Cup finals on Sunday, July 13, 2014. It soon became a crowd crush, with soccer fans climbing onto lamp posts, trees and each other to see the game. (Photo/Brittany Crocker)

Children and adults alike in Buenos Aires dressed in Argentina's national colors and came out to support the team in Plaza San Martin. (Photo/Brittany Crocker)

Children and adults alike in Buenos Aires dressed in Argentina’s national colors and came out to support the team in Plaza San Martin. (Photo/Brittany Crocker)

A man sweeps up glass outside of his restaurant after rioters broke through the window. Exuberance for the finals quickly turned to violence when the Plaza San Martin crowd rushed to the Obelisco monument, where fights began to break out. (Photo/Brittany Crocker)

A man sweeps up glass outside of his restaurant after rioters broke through the window. Exuberance for the finals quickly turned to violence when the Plaza San Martin crowd rushed to the Obelisco monument, where fights began to break out. (Photo/Brittany Crocker)

Thousands crammed themselves into Plaza San Martin to view the game on the city sponsored big-screen. (Photo/Brittany Crocker)

Thousands crammed themselves into Plaza San Martin to view the game on the city sponsored big-screen. (Photo/Brittany Crocker)

A ywoman pleads with the Argentinean police for her boyfriend, who was detained during a riot in Buenos Aires, Argentina. As police broke the crowd apart with tear gas and rubber bullets, people broke windows, looted shops, and threw rocks at the police. (Photo/Brittany Crocker)

A ywoman pleads with the Argentinean police for her boyfriend, who was detained during a riot in Buenos Aires, Argentina. As police broke the crowd apart with tear gas and rubber bullets, people broke windows, looted shops, and threw rocks at the police. (Photo/Brittany Crocker)

Police transport vehicles line Avenedia 9 de Julio after the World Cup riots to take away detainees. (Photo/Brittany Crocker)

Police transport vehicles line Avenedia 9 de Julio after the World Cup riots to take away detainees. (Photo/Brittany Crocker)

People fleeing police tear gas broke the window of a bookshop on a side-street to Avenida 9 de Julio as they ran from the riot. (Photo/Brittany Crocker)

People fleeing police tear gas broke the window of a bookshop on a side-street to Avenida 9 de Julio as they ran from the riot. (Photo/Brittany Crocker)

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