RABAT, Morocco (AP) – Morocco's state news agency says seven people were killed in a violent clash following a football match in the disputed southern territory of Western Sahara.
The report says two policemen were among the dead.
The incident took place late Sunday in the town of Dakhla following a football match between the local Mouloudia club and Chabab Al-Mohammadia.
Eight vehicles and local businesses were also burned in the rioting.
The news agency says police are investigating the incident.