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Serbia attack man turned gun on himself after spree

Belgrade emergency hospital spokeswoman Nada Macura said that after the shooting spree, the 60-year-old man had tried to kill himself and his wife, they were both severely injured. Another person was also injured.

The village of Velika Ivanca is around thirty miles south east of Belgrade Credit: Google Maps

Villagers told Serbian reporters the man had first killed his son before leaving the house and shooting his neighbours, some of whom were still asleep.


UEFA appeal follows FA criticism on racism

The English FA criticised UEFA for not sending a "strong enough message" on racism after the Serbia FA was fined 80,000 euros ($104,700) by UEFA and told it must stage its next Under-21 home match behind closed doors.

Its players and fans were found guilty of improper conduct over a brawl that followed Serbia's Under-21 match against England in October, amid accusations that some England players had suffered racial abuse.

UEFA has the right to appeal against decisions made by its own disciplinary committee and to ask for tougher sanctions if it considers they are too lenient.


Ex-Arsenal midfielder: More action needed against racism

Former Arsenal footballer and PFA Coach Educator Paul Davis has told ITV News that "for far too long we've had a lot of talking (about tackling racism) but not a great deal of action."

Today Serbia were fined €80,000 (£64,955) and their Under-21 team will play one match behind closed doors after racist chanting of fans at their U-21 European Championship qualifier against England.

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