Monday, June 15, 1998 Published at 14:05 GMT 15:05 UK
Fans clash again
England fans are fighting on the beaches
Trouble has again broken out between English and Tunisian fans in Marseille where the teams were playing their opening World Cup match.
Fans threw bottles at each other and ripped out seats from a stand in a repeat of the scenes of Sunday night.
Police fired tear gas to keep the English and Tunisian supporters apart.
Extra security measures
The police moved in to separate supporters outside the stadium, arresting at least eight people.
The authorities in Marseille had ordered extra security measures, including a ban on alcohol sales after the match and the early closure of bars.
The measures follow a night of violence in which almost 50 people were arrested, the majority of them English, and 30 were injured.
Blair: 'No excuses'
UK Prime Minister Tony Blair said the fighting was a "total disgrace".
"These people have the absolute condemnation of everyone in the country."
Sports Minister Tony Banks said "drunken, brain-dead louts" among England supporters and a "moronic minority" were ruining the country's reputation abroad.