British citizen detained in Russia after incident on World Cup train

By REUTERS
June 18, 2018 15:26
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MOSCOW - The British Embassy in Moscow said on Monday that a British citizen had been detained in Russia after an incident on a train traveling to the Russian city of Volgograd for the World Cup, Interfax news agency reported.

A source with knowledge of the matter previously told Reuters two British men were removed from the train.

The first British man got into an altercation with a police officer on board the train and was detained, the source said. The second man hurt his hand and has been discharged from hospital, according to the source.

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