Croatian police detains 18 Bulgarian football fans

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18 Bulgarian citizens, supporters of Levski FC, were detained in the Zadar police station in Croatia to give written testimony in connection with setting of a Bulgarian-registered car in fire and a series of clashes with fans of Hajduk, Split. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs reports that 3 Bulgarian fans have been injured as a result of the incident in the past day. The team of Levski (Sofia) is a guest to Hajduk (Split) today for the first match of the second qualifying round of the Europa League.

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