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Death Toll Expected to Rise in Indonesian Soccer Tragedy

Distraught family members are struggling to understand how their loved ones were killed in the chaos that followed a soccer match in Indonesia. At least 125 are dead, including 32 children, after angry fans of Arema Malang rioted following a 3-2 loss to rival Persebaya Surabaya. Police responded by firing tear gas, which is banned by FIFA, and a stampede of fleeing spectators was crushed. Here's more on the latest tragedy in a country whose passion for soccer has often turned violent.

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Death Toll Expected to Rise in Indonesian Soccer Tragedy
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