Two foreigners died and many more were arrested following fights in multiple locations in Switzerland, according to reports.
A 20-year-old male from Kosovo was stabbed to death at a gas station in the canton of Lucerne and a 20-year-old male from the Congo was killed in a brawl in Lausanne in separate fatal episodes during the weekend.
The first incident unfolded at an Avia petrol station in the municipality of Geuensee on Saturday evening.
"Over a dozen people from Syria, Iraq, North Macedonia and Switzerland attacked each other with various objects shortly after 7 p.m." Blick reports.
Ardit N., 20, was killed during the melee, which is being treated as a 'settling of scores' between rival parties.
"We only know that he was killed with a stab in the upper body. But apparently the perpetrators are also said to have used stones and a hammer - whether also with Ardit, we do not know," a family member told the paper.
Six more people were hospitalized with serious injuries following the battle.
The center-right SVP party weighed in on the clash, warning, "More and more brutal violence and crime. Nonetheless, luxury socialists and patronizing Greens want to import ten thousand more Syrians and Afghans."
Police apprehended five Syrians, an Iraqi, and a Swiss citizen, and an investigation is ongoing.
A similar deadly skirmish between two groups transpired in Lausanne in the early hours of Sunday morning.
A male from the Congo, 20, was stabbed to death near a police station in Flon, a district of the city known for active nightlife.
"The incident happened shortly after 4 a.m. There was an argument between two groups. People involved in the brawl had pointed out to a police patrol that two people had been injured. The police provided first aid until two ambulances arrived," 20 Minutes reports.
The victim and his alleged attacker, a 19-year-old male, were both reportedly known to authorities and had served time in prison.
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