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Topic - Jacek Kozlowski
Warsaw's mayor apologized Wednesday to visitors for soccer hooligan violence that left dozens injured and caused others to feel unsafe, a day after Poland and Russia fans clashed with each other and police when their teams met in a tense European Championship game.
One Russian and seven Poles were still hospitalized early Wednesday, though none in life-threatening condition, he said.
The injured included Russians, a German, an American and a Pakistani, Kozlowski told a news conference.