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Monday, April 21, 2014


Russia

  • A Polish soccer fan is moved by riot police protecting Russian fans marching to the National Stadium in Warsaw.
  • Polish protesters walk with a placard reading "Russians and Poles, remember who is the killer!" and depicting Soviet dictator Josef Stalin during a rally in Warsaw.
  • A Polish journalist (second from right) is beaten by soccer fans in Warsaw.
  • Polish riot police shoot rubber bullets during clashes with soccer fans before the match between Poland and Russia in Warsaw.
  • A Polish soccer fan shows a wound from a rubber bullet during clashes with police and Russian fans in Warsaw.
  • Riot police react after Polish and Russian football fans clash in Warsaw.
  • An injured Polish soccer fan lies on the ground after clashing with Russian supporters in Warsaw.
  • Polish riot police stand guard next to soccer fans that have been arrested following clashes before the match between Poland and Russia in Warsaw.
  • Polish and Russian soccer fans clash outside the National Stadium in Warsaw.
  • Polish soccer fans shout at Russian supporters as they walk protected by Polish riot police in Warsaw.
  • Russian soccer fans walk, protected by Polish riot police in Warsaw.
  • Graffiti seen in Warsaw before the Russia-Poland match
  • Russian soccer fans cheer outside the National Stadium in Warsaw.
  • A Russian football fan with "Russia" painted on his head outside the stadium in Warsaw
  • Russian fans hold up a giant banner before the match.
  • Russia's soccer fan cheers during the match against Poland in Warsaw.
  • Russia's Alan Dzagoev (right) reacts as referee Wolfgang Stark of Germany shows him the yellow card during the match against Poland in Warsaw.
  • Poland's Jakub Blaszczykowski (left) scores a goal during the match against Russia in Warsaw.

Russian, Polish Supporters Clash In Warsaw

Published 13 June 2012

At the Euro 2012 football championships, Russia and Poland played to a 1-1 tie in their Group A game in the Polish capital, Warsaw, in a match tainted by clashes between supporters before play began. Overall, 15 were reported injured while more than 140 people were detained after clashes.


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