June 11, 2018 / 11:30 AM / 5 months ago

TAKE A LOOK-Soccer World Cup puts Russia in spotlight

June 13 (Reuters) - Russia will host the soccer World Cup from June 14 to July 15. Here are some of the latest Reuters news stories on Russia and the tournament: FEATURES AND ANALYSES > Russian police stretched to limit by World Cup > Russian residents chafe at World Cup security > For Putin, World Cup shows Russia cannot be caged > State funding weighs on Russian soccer > Russian soccer fan: We’ve been warned on violence > The secret lives of Russian goal posts > Blacklisted fan bypasses World Cup security > Fake restaurant reviews offered for World Cup > Russian region offers food for work on stadium > Sanctions cause travel headaches for World Cup

LATEST NEWS STORIES > Song mocking Russian World Cup team goes viral > Robbie Williams accused of selling soul in Russia > Russia bans fan leader from World Cup > U.S. counterspy warns of hacking risks in Russia > Sepp Blatter to attend World Cup in Russia > Be careful in Russia, says anti-racism watchdog > Robbie Williams to skip Russian hit at World Cup > World Cup countries help with tournament safety > Ten dead after boats collide in World Cup city > Hunger striker, on World Cup eve, won’t back down

> Russia bars German journalist from World Cup > Russia: World Cup is source of all our GDP growth > Russian fans chanted racial abuse at Arsenal (Editing by Christian Lowe/Andrew Osborn)

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