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MOSCOW, November 4 (Itar-Tass) —— Moscow’s police have refuted media allegations about a mass brawl at the Dostoyevskaya metro station.
“A check the Moscow police department organized to verify media reports about a mass brawl has proved that these reports were not true. Police established that it was conflict between two groups of two and three people. The conflict grew into a scuffle, in which one person was hurt,” the press service of the Moscow police department said.
Police are establishing the identity of other participants in the scuffle.