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England supporters were jailed Monday over the Marseille fan battles before the England-Russia Euro 2016 match as a top British police officer accused Russian hooligans of staging an "orchestrated" campaign of violence.Two Britons and a Frenchman were jailed for their part in running battles between English and Russian fans in Marseille.A Frenchman, 29-year-old David Palmeri, was jailed for 12 months with another 12 months suspended for punching and hitting three people and stealing an England shirt.Another four Britons, an Austrian and two more Frenchmen were also tried Monday.
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