At least 125 killed in Indonesia soccer stadium stampede

At least 125 killed in indonesia soccer stadium stampede

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At least 125 people were killed and almost 200 were injured in a stampede sparked after police in Indonesia fired tear gas to drive away rampaging fans at a soccer stadium in Malang, East Java.

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