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Vox Pop: Following Loss to Croatia, Russia Fans Look On The Bright Side
We went to the Vorobyovy Gory fan zone to ask locals how they were feeling after the national team’s defeat.
Bank Ad Jinxes the Russia Team
The Mir payment system reportedly jumped the gun to congratulate Russia for winning against Croatia.
'We Wanted to Prove That Football Is Alive' (Op-ed)
Only a cynic could dismiss Russia's World Cup successes.
Essential Reading for Russophiles
The history of the improbable English-language Odessa Review.
After Faking Own Assassination, Babchenko Lives Under Constant Guard
The wife of Arkady Babchenko, the Russian journalist who faked his own assassination in May, revealed that their family has been subject to round-the-clock...
Patriotism Abounds After Russia Exits World Cup
After Russia loss to Croatia in Saturday's quarterfinal, footballers, politicians and fans alike are all still beaming with pride for their national team...
Veteran Russian Football Defender Sergei Ignashevich to Retire
Ahead of his 39th birthday on Saturday, the veteran defender announced his retirement after 127 games with the Russian national team.
Jailed Ukrainian Filmmaker Pens Letter on 51st Day of Hunger Strike
Detained Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov has sent a letter to Ukrainian actress Rimma Zyubnina, describing his health and prison conditions.
Vadim Kosmatschof’s Revolution in Art
The solo exhibition of works by Vadim Kosmatschof at the New Tretyakov Gallery will change your understanding of sculpture if you let it.
Russia's World Cup Sparks Old Fears of Abandoned Mothers and 'Festival Children'
Some in the host nation are worried what will happen nine months after foreign fans leave.
Overzealous Regulators Are Closing in on Russian Universities (Op-ed)
Mountains of pointless paperwork are making it nearly impossible for independent universities to survive.