Colombian soccer violence sees 160 fans arrested

September 25, 2006
BOGOTA, Colombia -- A 25-year-old was killed and three other soccer fans hospitalized in street clashes that ended with the arrests of 160 on Sunday.

The violence began before a match when fans from Colombian league leader Deportes Tolima, defying 1,000 police sent to reinforce security, threw rocks at the bus carrying the visiting Millionarios squad from Bogota.

Following Tolima's 1-0 victory, the disturbances resumed and Millionarios fan Alejando Galindo was killed ...

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