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MOSCOW, August 9 (Itar-Tass) - On Friday morning Sverdlovsk region police detained two foreign citizens, who had participated in a mass brawl between immigrants and construction workers from Siberal which broke out by the Marysya cafe in the town of Aramil. As a result of the confrontation, one man was killed.
Previously on wanted list, Migrant workers Bahodir Ruzyev, born in 1988, who is suspected of murdering a construction worker from the Krasnoyarsk territory, and Rahimzhon Ayubov, born in 1974, who is suspected of aggravated assault are now detained.
The mass brawl occurred at the Marysya cafe·on August 5. A team of contruction workers from Siberia, were leaving the cafe when they ran into a group of oriental-looking people, the investigators state. The following conflict escalated into a fight, during which one of the Siberian workers received a lethal knife wound the chest. After the fight, the migrants fled in three cars.
Earlier, Sverdlovsk region’s police said the migrants were in the region illegally.