Euro 2016: 3 Russian fans sentenced to prison in France
They are accused of involvement in clash between England and Russia fans
Three Russian citizens were sentenced to terms ranging from one to two years in prison in France, AFP reports.
They are accused of involvement in the riots in Marseilles that took place at the Euro 2016 match between England and Russia.
The AFP did not specify their names, but, apparently, one of the prisoners is Alexei Erunov, the fan of the Moscow "Locomotive". It is also reported that the young man was among the Russian group that fought with fans from England with iron sticks and chairs in the old port of Marseille.
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