At least 125 supporters are believed to have died and more than 300 rushed to hospital following a stampede at a football match in Indonesia.
Riots broke out after a match between Arema FC and Persebaya Surabaya at the Kanjuruhan Stadium in East Java.
The stampede began when police fired tear gas into the crowd after thousands of fans ran onto the pitch when their team lost.
The fights prompted riot police to fire tear gas besides it being banned by FIFA.
It is believed to be one of the world's worst ever football stadium disasters.
Indonesia's President, Joko Widodo, has ordered all football matches to be postponed until after an investigation.
Indonesian football commentator, Justinus Lhaksana believes FIFA, the police and the Football Association must come together to find a resolution in order for this not to happen again.
"Our Football Association already did not follow the FIFA rules by allowing police to use tear gas."
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