Indonesia football stampede: At least 174 people dead after violence at match

Indonesia football stampede: at least 174 people dead after violence at match

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More than 170 people have been killed after violence erupted at a football match in Indonesia.

Police said at least 174 were dead. Children and police officers are understood to be among those trampled to death.

They added that people were killed when angry fans invaded the football pitch after a match at Kanjuruhan Stadium in Malang, East Java, late on Saturday.

Authorities said the violence stemmed from clashes between supporters of two Indonesian football teams.

Fighting between supporters of the two rival teams were reported inside the stadium after the Indonesian Premier League game ended with Persebaya Surabaya beating Arema Malang 3-2.

Read more: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/world-news/2022/10/02/least-127-people-killed-violent-football-match-indonesia/

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