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Security for El Clásico between Real Madrid and FC Barcelona will be maximized

The Police will not take any chances after the attacks in Paris.

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It's fairly obvious that the upcoming Clásico between Real Madrid and FC Barcelona will be a focal point for the entire world. After the recent attacks in Paris, the Spanish government is determined to make the Santiago Bernabéu a safe place.

The Police will make three "security rings" outside the stadium and only fans with tickets for the match will be allowed in the immediate surroundings of the Bernabéu. The agents are also controlling the streets nearby by controlling the cars parked on the street and also by having dogs looking for any kind of explosives.

"The security measures will be maximized," said Miguel Cardenal this morning. Remember that Spain's match against Belgium that was scheduled to take place tonight in Brussels has been canceled due to potential attacks by the Jihadists who killed more than 120 people in Paris last Friday. Expect more quotes about the security in the next few days.

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