Man killed after fresh fan violence in Serbia
BELGRADE, April 15 (Reuters) - A man was killed by a firearm and a boy seriously wounded when rival soccer fans clashed near the northern Serbian city of Novi Sad, police said on Tuesday.
'It is still unknown who killed the 27-year-old fan at the Futog train station while another, 17-year-old fan is in critical condition after being shot in the neck,' they said.
Three fans have been detained for questioning on suspicion of taking part in Monday's fight which some media said was pre-arranged after Saturday's violence in Novi Sad before a first division soccer match.
Four fans were injured and 30 arrested before Vojvodina Novi Sad's home game with Partizan Belgrade on Saturday. One of the injured was treated for stab wounds in a local hospital.