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The Mława riot, or Mława incident, also described by Western commentators as the Mława pogrom, was a series of violent devastations and looting incidents on 26–27 June 1991 when a group of youth estimated at 200 individuals including young females invaded the homes of Roma residents of the Polish town of Mława causing them to flee. Not a single Roma person was injured in the riot, but the material losses were substantial affecting up to 40% of residences. Many perpetrators were arrested on-site; a number of them sentenced to jail after a trial. The violence, described by foreign media as motivated by racism and jealousy, received editorial condemnation. The real cause, however, was the killing of a Polish pedestrian struck along with his companion in a hit-and-run by a Romani male driver.

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  • The Mława riot, or Mława incident, also described by Western commentators as the Mława pogrom, was a series of violent devastations and looting incidents on 26–27 June 1991 when a group of youth estimated at 200 individuals including young females invaded the homes of Roma residents of the Polish town of Mława causing them to flee. Not a single Roma person was injured in the riot, but the material losses were substantial affecting up to 40% of residences. Many perpetrators were arrested on-site; a number of them sentenced to jail after a trial. The violence, described by foreign media as motivated by racism and jealousy, received editorial condemnation. The real cause, however, was the killing of a Polish pedestrian struck along with his companion in a hit-and-run by a Romani male driver.
  • Pogrom mławski (26 i 27 czerwca 1991 roku w Mławie) – zbiorowy wybuch agresji części mławian skierowanej przeciwko mieniu najbogatszych przedstawicieli miejscowej ludności cygańskiej.
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  • The Mława riot, or Mława incident, also described by Western commentators as the Mława pogrom, was a series of violent devastations and looting incidents on 26–27 June 1991 when a group of youth estimated at 200 individuals including young females invaded the homes of Roma residents of the Polish town of Mława causing them to flee. Not a single Roma person was injured in the riot, but the material losses were substantial affecting up to 40% of residences. Many perpetrators were arrested on-site; a number of them sentenced to jail after a trial. The violence, described by foreign media as motivated by racism and jealousy, received editorial condemnation. The real cause, however, was the killing of a Polish pedestrian struck along with his companion in a hit-and-run by a Romani male driver.
  • Pogrom mławski (26 i 27 czerwca 1991 roku w Mławie) – zbiorowy wybuch agresji części mławian skierowanej przeciwko mieniu najbogatszych przedstawicieli miejscowej ludności cygańskiej.
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