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Traditional souvenir shops selling matryoshka dolls, amber jewelry and fur hats are easy to spot in St. Petersburg. But where do the locals go to find a special ...
A surge in Tinder matches during the World Cup has some Russians unusually spoiled for choice.
The Kremlin’s expectations are high — too high, given the limited scope of the discussion.
Three architectural spots spanning four centuries represent the long history of England in Moscow
Medical staff with Russia’s national team have denied allegations that the country’s players took substances to increase their fitness levels.
“I thank God for having brought me to Russia,” defender Mario Fernandes wrote on Instagram.
Semyon Slepakov, a famous Russian singer-songwriter who wrote a parody song about the country’s dismal chances in the World Cup, has now released a statement thanking the team ...
FIFA has sanctioned a Croatian football player and coach for making pro-Ukrainian statements after their team’s victory over Russia in the World Cup on Saturday.
Every semifinalist is already a winner, and you can celebrate your team's success at these fantastic pubs and restaurants.
“There is no political philosophy in Russia. It’s sort of like saying, what’s the political philosophy of the mafia?”
The World Cup has been fodder for conspiracy theorists with Putin at their center.
Will Russia still be friendly to foreigners after the World Cup? I hope so.
This Estonian composer is the most played living composer in the world.
Who says football pitches are flat and green, that goalposts are made out of metal and that fields are made for playing football?
Tourists at southern Russia’s Black Sea resorts have been instructed not to swim in water described as abnormally cold for summer, while regional authorities warned that the temperature ...
They may look like ordinary football fans, but their rainbow-colored shirts reveal a hidden message of tolerance that they say is sorely lacking in Russia.
The possibility of more Western sanctions against Moscow is the key risk for the Russian economy, as much of 21 percent of which has already felt the impact ...
As Russia's World Cup dream ended with defeat to Croatia, some football fans noted the absence from the stadium of President Vladimir Putin.