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Cologne urges fans to give evidence after violence in Nice


COLOGNE, Germany (AP) — German soccer club Cologne has urged its fans to submit photos and videos to a police “evidence portal” to identify those responsible for violence at the Europa Conference League game in Nice. Thirty-two people were injured at Thursday’s match between Nice and Cologne when fights broke out among supporters in the stands at Allianz Riviera stadium. The game ended 1-1 after the start was delayed by about an hour. French prosecutors have launched investigations and UEFA opened a disciplinary case. The German club says Cologne police have set up “an evidence portal where photos or videos of the incidents can be uploaded.”

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