When a line referee at a Dutch soccer match made an unpopular decision, a group of 15- and 16-year-old culturally enriched “youths” — members of one of the teams — attacked him and kicked him to death. Three suspects have been arrested, and police say there may be more.
In other news, Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi was forced to flee the presidential palace in Cairo after a crowd of angry demonstrators gathered around it and attempted to breach the barbed-wire barrier. Police fired teargas and fought back against the mob. A Muslim Brotherhood spokesman said there were fewer than 2,000 protesters, whereas sources among the demonstrators said there were 100,000.
Meanwhile, the offices of the Golden Dawn political party in Athens were bombed, but no injuries were reported.
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