MI6 helped Christopher Steele probe Russia World Cup bid
Saturday, 14 January 2017 Ex-MI6 officer Christopher Steele was assisted by former colleagues after the FA hired him to gather information on the countries hoping to host the tournament – in particular Russia.
Unsurprisingly, Vladimir Putin held on to power in the presidential election over the weekend. Christopher Miller, correspondent at Radio Free Europe, says that, while there were attempts to make it.. Source: GOBankingRates -
The Ministry of Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation has announced that the Federal Law “On the preparation and holding in the Russian Federation the FIFA World Cup 2018™ and the.. Source: MultiVu -
His victory was no surprise but it was still sweet for Vladimir Putin. The Russian leader has been re-elected with a landslide, credited with three quarters of the votes cast in Sunday's presidential.. Source: Euronews English -
England manager Gareth Southgate has said that he is “preparing” the football squad for the World Cup in Russia later this year. Southgate acknowledged the seriousness of the situation following.. Source: ODN -
MOSCOW — Fans attending the 2018 World Cup in Russia will need a 'Fan ID' in addition to standard match tickets.
According to information from the Fan ID and FIFA websites, the document can only.. Source: TomoNews US -