Football for friendship
Lars Stindl scored the winning goal in a bad-tempered final in St Petersburg
FIFA expresses delight at Russia's readiness for World Cup
Kremlin leader Vladimir Putin was put on the spot on Friday over alleged Russian hacking of the US presidential election.
Putin was grilled at the
Protesters in Moscow, Saint Petersburg and other cities say they're "sick" of their president.
A group called the Imam Shamil Battalion has claimed responsibility for a metro bombing in the Russian city of St. Petersburg that killed 16 people.
A ninth person is detained in connection with the St Petersburg metro attack. Reports suggest Abror Azimov is believed to have trained the bomber.
Russian security forces have made another arrest bringing to nine the number of suspects detained following the St. Petersburg metro bombing.
Thursday was the third and last day of national mourning for the victims of Monday's attack.
Authorities in St Petersburg say they have detained several suspects and made an explosive device safe inside an apartment block in the city.
Seven people have been arrested by police investigating the deadly metro bomb attack in St Petersburg.
The suspected suicide bomber who killed 14 people and injured 50 in the St Petersburg underground has been identified by Russian authorities as 22-year old Akbarzhon Jalilov, a Russian of Kyrgyz…
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People have been paying tribute to the victims of the St Petersburg metro bombing.
Among the almost 50 people injured in the explosion in the St.
The man suspected of killing 14 people in a bombing on the St Petersburg underground has been identified as Akbarzhon Jalilov, a Russian citizen born in the former Soviet republic of…
The explosion in St Petersburg dominates Europe’s main newspapers with several of them using words such as ‘terror’ or ‘massacre’ on the metro.
As the hunt goes on for whoever was responsible for the deadly metro blast in St.
Eleven people die in blast on St.
Video of aftermath of blast is published on social media showing people trying to help others out of damaged train carriage
Russians may feel vulnerable to terrorism again and blame the FSB for failing to stop the St. Petersburg bomber, but one analyst says it is unlikely many will blame Vladimir Putin.