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125 people were killed in a stampede at a stadium in Indonesia

Tragically, at least 125 people were killed and 174 were injured in a stampede at a football stadium in Indonesia on Saturday night. It was one of the deadliest stadium disasters in history. The stampede broke out when police used tear gas to control the crowd and some of the panicked fans were crushed as they attempted to exit the stadium.

Originally, local officials reported a death toll of 174, but later lowered the death toll to 125. The stampede began when supporters of the rival soccer teams clashed during a match, and police used tear gas to disperse the crowd. As a result, the crowd began to suffocate and die.

After the tragedy, the Indonesian president ordered the suspension of all soccer matches in Indonesia’s Liga 1 league. He also said that the incident should not recur. Meanwhile, rights experts have urged the country’s authorities to examine the police’s response to the situation. It has also been noted that the Fifa guidelines on stadium safety stipulate that police should not use tear gas around the perimeter of the playing field.

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