European Football Championship: Stuttgart police report more than 30 criminal charges after European Championship match

European Football Championship: Stuttgart police report more than 30 criminal charges after European Championship match

The police have filed more than 30 criminal charges in connection with the European Championship match between Germany and Hungary in Stuttgart. These were for bodily harm and violations of the Explosives Act, and Hungarian fans also gave the Hitler salute, the Stuttgart police announced. However, there were no major incidents before, during or after the match, the Stuttgart Police Headquarters and the Stuttgart Federal Police Directorate announced.

On the way to the stadium, fans of both teams repeatedly lit smoke bombs. Around 8,000 Hungarian supporters and 5,000 German fans took part in the two separate fan marches.

When officers checked around 60 German hooligans shortly after 6 p.m., they found passive weapons and disguise material on twelve people, police said. A judge had therefore ordered them to be taken into custody to prevent acts of violence.

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The police have filed more than 30 criminal charges in connection with the European Championship match between Germany and Hungary in Stuttgart. These were for bodily harm and violations of the Explosives Act, and Hungarian fans also gave the Hitler salute, the Stuttgart police announced. However, there were no major incidents before, during or after the match, the Stuttgart Police Headquarters and the Stuttgart Federal Police Directorate announced.

On the way to the stadium, fans of both teams repeatedly lit smoke bombs. Around 8,000 Hungarian supporters and 5,000 German fans took part in the two separate fan marches.

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