Source Pravda.Ru

100 football hooligans arrested in Moscow

According to the data of the Department of the Interior Affairs, 100 people were arrested after the mass disorder in Moscow centre in the course of the Russia-Japan World Cup match translation.

According to a spokesman for the Department, 18 police officers received injuries while preventing hooligan actions.

19 people, including one child, turned to emergency stations with various kinds of injuries.

9 people were hospitalised, 6 were rendered ambulant aid.

Moreover, law enforcement officers are trying to identify the killed man, whose body with knife wounds was discovered yesterday, the Department of the Interior Affairs informed.

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