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15:15  16 january  2021
15:15  16 january  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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An illegal meeting of up to 40 soccer fans of the Berlin regional league club BFC Dynamo was broken up by the police on Friday evening. The group in fan clothing wanted to celebrate the 55th anniversary of the club in Berlin-Lichtenberg, contrary to the Corona rules, "appropriately", as the police announced on Saturday. It should therefore be burned down pyrotechnics, with legal and illegal fireworks. The officers confiscated the material. A baton and suspected drugs were also seized.

Ein Polizist steht vor einem Streifenwagen dessen Blaulicht aktiviert ist. © Karl-Josef Hildenbrand / dpa A police officer stands in front of a patrol car whose blue lights are activated.

Some fans insulted the security forces, a 47-year-old tried to hit a police officer, it said. He was provisionally arrested. All were sent off. In addition to reports of insult, the officials also noted violations of the Explosives Act and the Infection Protection Act.

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