Six injured, 96 detained in Berlin fan clashes

Six people were treated in hospital and 96 detained in clashes in Berlin between fans of Hertha Berlin and Eintracht Frankfurt, police said Sunday.

LGBTIQ party in Zagreb attacked with tear gas

Several people were injured after a tear gas canister was set off at an LGBTIQ party in a Zagreb night club in the early hours of Sunday, the police said.

18 women in Croatia killed this year in gender-related violence

Eighteen women have been killed as a result of domestic violence in Croatia this year, as against 11-13 in previous years, Gender Equality Ombudswoman Visnja Ljubicic said on Thursday before a regional conference on femicide prevention.

Reports: Two Dynamo Kiev fans attacked with knives in Naples

Two Dynamo Kiev fans have been lightly injured in knife attacks ahead of their team's Champions League match at Napoli, Italian media reported on Wednesday.

Children's strategy against peer-group violence presented

A strategy against peer-group violence, featuring key points that can impact the prevention of violence, was presented on Tuesday by the Children's Ombudswoman's Network of Young Counsellors (MMS).

Activits urge Croatia to ratify convention on violence against women

In January 2013 Croatia signed the Council of Europe Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence, however, that convention has still not been ratified, heard an international conference on Thursday organised by the ROSA - Centre for women victims of war.

Police fire tear gas before Poland v Ukraine in southern France

Scuffles between Poland and Ukraine fans Tuesday prompted police in the southern French city of Marseille to fire tear gas, French media reported.

SDP chief: Outgoing government can't move amendments to violence prevention act

Social Democratic Party (SDP) chief Zoran Milanovic said on Monday that the outgoing government had no powers to propose amendments to the Act on the Prevention of Violence at Sporting Events.

No trouble at England v Wales; 20 Russians deported from France

The England against Wales match at Euro 2016 passed off peacefully on Thursday with supporters in the stadium and fan zones behaving, in contrast to violence which has coloured the football tournament and put French police on edge.

France orders 20 Russia supporters to leave territory after clashes

French officials have ordered 20 Russia football supporters to leave the country as they pose a risk to public order, regional authorities say.

French police prepare for England v Wales after disorder in Lille

Police in the small French city of Lens were preparing for the Euro 2016 clash between England and Wales on Thursday, after trouble in neighboring Lille led police to fire tear gas and detain 37 people.

French police clash with football fans in Lille

French police arrested 36 people in the city of Lille after disorder by football fans during the course of Wednesday, with more expected to have been taken into custody during the night.

Moscow summons French ambassador, England fans cause trouble

Russia's Foreign Ministry summoned French Ambassador Jean-Maurice Ripert on Wednesday to complain about the "discriminatory character" of the recent detainment of dozens of Russian football fans.

Moscow summons French ambassador over detained Russian football fans

Russia's Foreign Ministry summoned French Ambassador Jean-Maurice Ripert on Wednesday to explain to him the "discriminatory character" of the recent detainment of dozens of Russian football fans.

French city gears up for Russia v Slovakia after weekend scuffles

The northern French city of Lille was gearing up for a Euro 2016 match between Russia and Slovakia amid concerns over continued violence among fans after clashes over the weekend left 35 people injured.

Russia handed Euro 2016 sanctions; England concern over security

Russia's further participation at Euro 2016 now depends on the conduct of their fans after UEFA ruled Tuesday the team would be disqualified if its supporters were involved in further stadium crowd disturbances.

UEFA tells Russia it will be out of Euros if repeat of trouble

Russia's team at Euro 2016 will be disqualified from the tournament if there are further stadium crowd disturbances involving its fans, UEFA said Tuesday.

Russia to hear UEFA sanctions as England raise security concerns

Russia's football federation will be sanctioned Tuesday by UEFA over stadium violence at the end of the Euro 2016 game in Marseille against England.

Prosecutor: 150 Russian hooligans behind Marseille violence

Some 150 Russians were behind most of the violence around their country's Euro 2016 match against England in Marseille, a prosecutor said Monday.

Two hurt as German fans involved in Lille clash

Two people were injured in clashes involving German and Ukrainian fans in Lille Sunday in more violence marring Euro 2016.

UEFA says Russia, England could be kicked out if violence continues

England and Russia were warned Sunday they could be disqualified from Euro 2016 if there is further violence involving their fans at the tournament.

UEFA to probe Marseille stadium violence; three arrested in Nice

The UEFA disciplinary committee is to investigate the violence between fans which marred the conclusion of the Euro 2016 match between England and Russia in Marseille, the European governing body said on Sunday.

German police warn of rising violence against refugees

The chief of Germany's federal police said he is worried about the growing number of attacks against asylum seekers in the country.

French minister promises crackdown on violence after protest rampage

A small group of French protesters stormed through Paris overnight smashing the windows of shops and bus stations, leading Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve to declare Friday that the protesters promoting violence would be detained "tirelessly."

EU must confront violence against women among refugees, official says

The European Union needs to be vigilant and fight violence against women and girls among refugees coming to Europe, said Vera Jourova, EU Commissioner for Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality, Tuesday.

Kosovo parliament votes on new president amid worries of violence

The Kosovo parliament convened Friday to elect a new president amid heavy security and worries about violence, local media reported.

Serb official to report hate speech to prosecutor's office, electronic media agency

"We regret that we have to remind DORH to do what it should do by virtue of office and that the AEM does not realise that it has the power not only to issue warnings but also to impose sanctions," Pupovac said at a news conference.

Publication on protection of women from violence presented

The project was implemented by civil institutions promoting the fight against violence against women in cooperation with the government's Gender Equality Office.

Bosnian authorities to penalise websites that propagate radicalism and violence

The measures concern penalties for network providers of websites and portals of this nature which could be stripped of their licences.