FIFA World Cup 2018: Russia's economy stays stable, in spite of massive hikes in hotel occupancy rates
Saturday, 14 July 2018 () The FIFA World Cup 2018 has had both positive and negative effects on the Russian economy, resulting in it remaining more or less stable in spite of promises that it would be boosted by the arrival of hundreds of thousands of tourists.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump on Sunday joined others in congratulating France for the FIFA World Cup victory against Croatia in the... Zee News - SportsAlso reported by •FOX Sports
FIFA invited the team to attend after a massive rescue operation freed the last four of boys and their football coach from the cave on Tuesday, ending a perilous... DNA - SportsAlso reported by •Zee News •FOX Sports
Pussy Riot members were jailed after storming the field at the World Cup to protest Russian politics. This video, "Pussy Riot Members Jailed For Disrupting World Cup Final In Protest", first appeared..
World Cup 2018 has shifted many perspectives on Russia and much of that is coming from the younger generation of Russians, who are using art, soccer, and creativity to push a new world view at home and..