Police on alert as Russian fans march through Warsaw

Russian football chiefs have appealed to fans to avoid trouble when Russia plays Poland in a Euro 2012 match in Warsaw Tuesday, while the Polish authorities are on high alert amid fears of clashes between the two countries’ supporters.
“Preparations for Tuesday’s match constitute the biggest challenge for law and order forces in the capital. We will be keeping a constant eye on any possible threats,” Poland’s Interior Minister Jacek Cichocki told a press conference Monday.
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