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In pictures: Italian fans on rampage

Italian policemen and football supporters clash near Rome's Olympic stadium, 11/11/07

There has been rioting in Rome and violence in several other Italian cities after a policeman shot dead a football fan while trying to stop fighting between rival supporters.

Football supporters demonstrate in front of Italian TV RAI in Milan 11/11/07

Gabriele Sandri was shot by police after a skirmish broke out between fans of Rome's Lazio and Turin team Juventus at a motorway stop in Tuscany.

Fans riot at the Serie A match between Atalanta and AC Milan in Bergamo, 11/11/07

In Bergamo, a match between Atalanta and AC Milan was stopped as fans and police clashed.

A bleeding AC Milan fan in Bergamo

The game was abandoned 10 minutes after kick-off, when fans tried to smash down a barrier and force their way onto the pitch.

Atalanta fans clash with police in Bergamo, 11 November 2007

Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi has called for a full investigation into the shooting and said the violence was "very worrying".

Gabriele Sandri

The victim was a 26-year-old disc jockey and a Lazio fan, who had been travelling to watch his team play in Milan.

Forensic police examine the scene of the shooting

Mr Sandri was shot in a car at a motorway stop when police intervened to break up a brawl. Police said a warning shot may have caught him.


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