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"PARIS — France has identified Saturday’s (June 11) match between England and Russia in Marseille as one of the Euro 2016 soccer games most likely to lead to violence involving fans, and is determined to avoid more trouble after scuffles on Thursday and Friday. “This is one of the five risky matches of the tournament ... British and Russians with the heat, that can be explosive,” Sports Minister Patrick Kanner told i-Television on Saturday. “Everything will be done to secure that match tonight”, he added.", www.todayonline.com
"Demand for travel to Marseille for England’s first match of Euro 2016 is so high that the six British Airways flights before the game are all full, and easyJet has only a few seats available at £365 one-way. But thousands of fans hoping to dodge the squeeze and high prices by routing themselves via Paris face disappointment: strikes by rail workers and airline pilots have cut much of the the capacity between the French capital and Marseille. Air France said that despite the pilots’ strike, called over a range of issues, most travellers will be unaffected.", www.independent.co.uk
"MARSEILLE (AFP) - Football fans hurled bottles and other objects at French police who responded with tear gas in a second day of trouble on Friday ahead of the England-Russia European Championship match in Marseille.. Read more at straitstimes.com.", www.straitstimes.com
"PARIS/MARSEILLE - French police fired tear gas to break up clashes between England soccer fans and local people in the Mediterranean city of Marseille on Thursday night on the eve of the Euro 2016 soccer tournament. A police official said about 100 England fans and 50 residents were involved in the fracas in the streets around the Vieux Port (Old Port) area. Chairs were hurled around and windows smashed before police gained control. Two fans were arrested and four officers slightly hurt in the clashes, police said.", www.todayonline.com
"MARSEILLE: Around 250 England supporters pelted police with drink cans outside a bar in the southern French city of Marseille late Thursday ahead of the country's opening Euro 2016 match, a police source said. A 24-year-old Englishman was arrested and spent the night in custody after the trouble in the Vieux-Port area of the Mediterranean city.", www.thesundaily.my
"As cleaners hosed down sidewalks and swept up broken glass early Friday, the manager of an Irish bar near where soccer supporters from England fought overnight with locals in Marseille’s historic center said youths from the city’s gritty suburbs provoked the clashes.", www.washingtonpost.com
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