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16 Jul 2018
While the players are having a well earned rest after the semi-finals this week, the fans are out and about sightseeing in Russia. This can't be taken for granted as the country has been notoriously restrictive of tourists' movement in the past.
15 Jul 2018
Fans in Paris went wild at the final whistle in the World Cup final on Sunday (July 15) as France won the competition for the second time in its history, beating Croatia 4-2.
15 Jul 2018
France and Croatia face off at the World Cup final on Sunday, an unexpected match-up that pairs one of the European Union’s founding nations against the bloc’s newest member.
13 Jul 2018
The Croatian government held on Thursday (July 12) a cabinet session with ministers dressed in the red and white chequered jerseys of the national soccer team, a day after Croatia reached the World Cup final in Russia.
13 Jul 2018
Excitement builds in Paris ahead of the World Cup Final as national team shirts have big rise in sales.
13 Jul 2018
France fans celebrate their country's win over Belgium in the World Cup semi-final in front of the big screen at Paris city hall.
12 Jul 2018
Moscow's famous Red Square has turned into a giant football pitch for the 2018 World Cup. Thousands of visitors from all over the world enjoy the special makeover every day. DW correspondent Miodrag Soric visited the location.
12 Jul 2018
Prime minister confident Croatia will beat France in World Cup final.
11 Jul 2018
Fans chant and jump as they light up flares of blue, white and red smoke on the Champs Elysees in Paris after France beat Belgium to reach the World Cup final.
10 Jul 2018
Baxter the robot oracle says France will beat Belgium in Tuesday's World Cup semi-final in St. Petersburg.
9 Jul 2018
Belgium train at their base camp near Moscow on Monday before heading to St Petersburg for their semi-final against France.
7 Jul 2018
To get around language barriers in Russia, World Cup fans from around the globe have been actively using the Google Translate applications on their mobile phones.

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