Has the World Cup changed Russia?
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.
World Cup has changed perception of Russia: FIFA head
The World Cup has helped changed people's view of Russia, FIFA President Gianni Infantino told an audience at an event in Moscow's Bolshoi Theatre on Saturday, standing alongside Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Tearful Russians exhale after World Cup loss
Fans held their breath through extra time, and many became tearful after Russia's World Cup dream ended with a 4-3 shootout loss to Croatia.
All net for Putin and Infantino at Red Square soccer pitch
Russian president Vladimir Putin and FIFA President Gianni Infantino each scored goals as they tried their soccer skills in Red Square on Thursday.
Oil Ministers react to Trump tweet at OPEC in Vienna
Oil Ministers from Iran, Russia and the UAE gathered in Vienna for the OPEC+ meeting react to U.S. President Donald Trump’s tweet on Friday. Trump said on Twitter: “Hope OPEC will increase output substantially. Need to keep prices down!”
Burger King pulls ad offering burgers for women impregnated by World Cup stars
Burger King pulls an ad that offered free burgers to women who are impregnated by footballers during the World Cup in Russia.
'There are two policies towards Russia in the Trump administration'
Michael McFaul served as US ambassador to Russia under Barack Obama from 2012 to 2014. In an interview with FRANCE 24, he discussed the divisions within the Trump administration on Russia policy.
World Cup: And in the end, Putin wins?
Our panel of journalists looks at Russia's biggest sporting event since the 1980 Summer Olympics, with the hosts surprising themselves in the World Cup opener with a resounding 5-0 thumping of Saudi Arabia.