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PSG-Barcelona: two Spanish supporters arrested in Paris for Nazi salutes

Two people were arrested Wednesday evening for “apology of war crimes and public insult of a racist nature” at the Parc des Princes where PSG met FC Barcelona in the Champions League, the Paris police headquarters announced on Thursday.

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PSG-Barcelona: two Spanish supporters arrested in Paris for Nazi salutes

Two people were arrested Wednesday evening for “apology of war crimes and public insult of a racist nature” at the Parc des Princes where PSG met FC Barcelona in the Champions League, the Paris police headquarters announced on Thursday. The two people arrested are Spanish supporters of FC Barcelona, ​​a source close to the case said.

The Paris police headquarters (PP) announced these arrests on X (formerly Twitter) in a message accompanied by another, also posted on monkeys and Nazi salutes. “So that sport remains a celebration!” concluded the PP.

This quarter-final first leg of the Champions League, which was placed under high security with a significant police force, ended with a defeat for the Parisians against the Barcelona (2-3).

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