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SBD Global/June 12, 2013/International Football
One Dead, One Injured In Brawl Between Football Fans, Buenos Aires Police
Published June 12, 2013
CASAL RESPONDS: CLARIN reported Casal announced Monday that "visiting fans will not be allowed at football games and the police will no longer use rubber bullets at sporting events." Casal: "This is over. In Buenos Aires there will not be any more visitors at any games until the Argentine FA and the APREVIDE (Prevention of Violence in Sports Agency) guarantee us that there will be no more violence at football stadiums" (CLARIN, 6/11).