Indonesia police say 127 people killed after stampede at football match | ABC News

Indonesia police say 127 people killed after stampede at football match | abc news

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A stampede at a soccer match in Indonesia has left 127 people dead and 180 injured, according to Indonesia’s police chief in East Java province.

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