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A minute of silence for victims of Friday's terror attacks in Paris was spoiled by boos, whistling and chants by fans on the Turkish side of an international friendly game with Greece.

Reuters reporter Ece Toksabay tweeted that people chanted "Allahu Akbar" during the moment meant to honor the 129 victims of the attacks.

Some, however, have speculated that the fans were actually chanting slogans in opposition to terrorism.


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