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"Read more about Englishman critical after assault by Russian fans at Euro 2016 on Business Standard. A 50-year-old English man is battling for his life at a hospital here after assault by a group of Russian fans ahead of the Euro 2016 Group B game between England and Russia, Marseille police official Laurent Nunez, has said.", www.business-standard.com
"PARIS (AP) — UEFA opened disciplinary proceedings against Russia on Sunday for crowd disturbances and racist behavior by its fans during a European Championship game against England. The high-profile scenes of unrest, both inside and outside the Stade Velodrome, marred the second day of the tournament, with UEFA expressing its 'utter disgust' over clashes between Russian and English fans in Marseille. 'UEFA acknowledges that there were segregation issues at Stade Velodrome and will implement corrective measures to strengthen the deployment of security personnel at stadiums, in close collaboration with local authorities,' UEFA said in a statement. 'UEFA expresses its utter disgust for the violent clashes that occurred in the city center of Marseille, and its serious concern for the incidents at the end of the match inside Stade Velodrome,' UEFA said.", www.chron.com
"MARSEILLE, France (AP) — At least 44 people have been wounded in clashes that erupted between soccer fans in the southern French cities of Marseille and Nice, officials said Sunday. Fighting broke out all day in the port city of Marseille, where Russia and England fans clashed with each other and police before and after a European Championship match. Regional authorities said in a statement posted to their Facebook page that nine people were hospitalized following the fighting, including a woman who suffered cranial trauma after falling from a lamppost.", www.sfchronicle.com
"France has identified Saturday's 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.", in.reuters.com
"MARSEILLE: Roy Hodgson's England enter the fray at Euro 2016 on Saturday bidding to end a 50-year wait for a major title and hoping their fans are not involved in more clashes.England take on Russia in Marseille where beer-swilling English hooligans have fought with police for two nights in scenes reminiscent of the 1998 World Cup in France.Real Madrid star Gareth Bale will lead Wales' debut European Championships appearance against Slovakia, while there will be the rare sight of brother", www.brecorder.com
"France has identified Saturday's 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 Thursday and Friday", www.dailystar.com.lb
"Tear gas drifted through the air and broken bottles crunched under foot as French police struggled to control rowdy, drunken soccer fans causing havoc in the southern port city of Marseille on the opening day of the European Championship on Friday.", www.startribune.com
"MARSEILLE, France (AP) — Tear gas drifted through the air and broken bottles crunched under foot as French police struggled to control rowdy, drunken soccer fans causing havoc in the southern port city of Marseille on the opening day of the European Championship on Friday. Troublemakers were seen throwing bottles and chairs from a roadside brasserie, and bare-chested, flag-waving England fans taunted baton-wielding policemen in scenes that will again mar the reputation of the country's soccer supporters that had recovered since the dark days of hooliganism in the 1970s and '80s. Families, women and elderly couples picked their way around the broken glass strewn across the cobbled streets of the historic quay side, a renowned tourist site, as the sirens of police vans and fire engines mingled with the constant chanting of England fans. The brief clashes have revived bitter memories of days of bloody fighting in this Mediterranean port city between England hooligans,", www.chron.com
"PARIS — The Euro 2016 football championships kicked off early this morning under unprecedented security as the terror threat loomed large over the event, and with President Francois Hollande vowing to take decisive action to stop strikes from affecting the matches. Up to 90,000 police and private security guards will protect players and supporters at the tournament, which is taking place just seven months after coordinated Islamic State attacks in Paris killed 130 people.", www.todayonline.com
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