Mexico: six people killed while watching World Cup-2018
Unknown armed people opened fire on the fans.
On Saturday, six people were killed while watching a match between the national team and a team from South Korea at the World Championship in the Mexican city of Ciudad Juarez. This is reported by El Universal.
According to the publication, seven men gathered in the garage of a private house to cheer for their national team. When they arranged tables and chairs, turned on the TV, opened the beer, and started watching the game, armed people burst into the premises and opened fire on the fans. It is reported that six men died on the spot, another person was injured.
El Universal reports that five more people were killed in the city hairdresser's shop later.
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