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At least three people were injured on Friday in a brawl
At least three people were injured on Friday in a brawl in a cafe in eastern Moscow involving 20 ethnic Azeris and people from Russia's North Caucasus republic of Daghestan, a police source said.

The injured included a woman diner, who suffered a broken nose and multiple bruises.

"The suspected troublemakers have been detained. They are two Azeri brothers, who received head injuries in the brawl, but refused medical assistance," the source said.

The incident is the third in two days. Police say ethnic tensions are behind the clashes.

Two people from Daghestan were killed and three seriously injured on Thursday evening in a punch-up and shootout that occurred on a sidestreet in downtown Moscow. Two people were detained.

Late on Wednesday, four people received stab wounds during a brawl in a bar in the center of the capital, after which two unemployed people from the southern Russian republic of Kalmykia were detained.


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