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Seven injured as Polish fans clash with police in Madrid

Madrid (AFP) – Five Polish fans and two police officers were injured after clashes before Tuesday’s Champions League game between Real Madrid and Legia Warsaw in the Spanish capital. The clashes started as fans arrived at the Santiago Bernabeu before kick-off for the Group F game classed as a high-risk fixture by the Spanish authorities. Some fans hurled objects, including glass bottles and flares, at police, threatening journalists who recorded the skirmishes which lasted half an hour before order was restored.
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