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Ten foreigners injured in football fans fights in Kyiv
12:35, 7 December 2016
Ten foreigners injured in football fans fights in Kyiv

As of today, no one was arrested for demolitions in the capital

12:35, 7 December 2016

tribune.com

Ten foreigners were injured during the fights between football fans in Kyiv, but they refused to file charges to the police. This was reported by the press service of the Chief Department of the National Police in Kyiv.

"The fights between fans took place in the Myhailivska, Baseina streets, also at Sportyvna Square and near Olimpiyskiy National Sports Complex. During the conflict eight foreigners had contusions, another two had lacerations" the statement says.

The victims were taken to hospital institutions of the capital, where they were given medical assistance, according to the police.

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"All the facts were properly documented, the  investigation  based on the legal qualification of the events will be given still goes on: in some cases investigators pre-qualify actions as hooliganism, in other cases - as causing light injuries," the statement summarized.

As of today, no one has yet been detained.

Earlier it was reported that Turkish fans were attacked in the center of Kyiv. The Police received eight reports of beatings of foreigners in the capital last night.

Recall that as a part of UEFA Champions League, Dynamo Kyiv hosted Besiktas on December 6, 2016.

Related: Dynamo Kyiv eliminated from UEFA Champions League

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