12:34 Jun. 15, 2016
35 people were wounded in clashes which broke out in Marseille on the second day of Euro 2016
An English football fan, beaten by the Russians in Marseille on June 11, has been declared brain-dead All detained persons, involved in the fighting, will be relocated to the city for the identification of the man. They will also be interrogated by the French police, according to the Russian news agency TASS.
The clashes broke out between the English and Russian football fans before and shortly after the football game between the two national teams. The local police had to use tear gas and water cannons to stop the fights. Around 35 persons were injured as a result of the battles.
Several videos of the massacres in France emerged on the Internet. Here is one of them.
Source: youtube.com/Tiomoid Cyril
French investigators later said, 150 Russians were behind the bloodshed, describing the men as "well-trained and prepared for violence".
UEFA gave Russia a EURO 150,000 fine and suspended disqualification, threatened to disqualify the both teams. Additionally, France decided to deport several groups of Russian fans from the country.
Moscow called the punishment "excessive", but said it wouldn't appeal.