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The German musicians locked lips during a performance of their song “Auslander” at Russia’s Luzhniki Stadium earlier this week.
A Russian social media campaign sparked uproar after offering women a lifetime supply of Whoppers if they fall pregnant by World Cup footballers.
Russia might not be high up on your list of holiday destinations – but it should be. The largest country in the world, it spans 11 time zones over a stretch of 6,000 miles. The vast expanse of land means it’s possible to go from gazing at world famous artefacts to trekking volcanos or being surrounded by history in only a matter of hours.Because Russia has something for everyone. Whether you’re an art fanatic or a lover of the outdoors, it’s possible to busy yourself for days on end with entertainment.Head to St Petersburg for incredible architecture and enough canals to make Venice envious. If you’re a fan of history, bustling streets and open squares, take a trip to the country’s capital, Moscow.And, once you’re done with the two major cities, venture outside and experience a whole other side of Russia. Check out the depths of Siberia with its huge array of wild animals to the crystal clear lakes of Ruskeala, before taking a boat trip out in the world’s largest fresh-water lake to Shamanka Rock, Khuzkir.Non-stop flights to Russia are around 3 hours 15 minutes to St Peterburg and 3 hours 45 minutes to Moscow. Booked in advance, they can be found from £80. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:The best countries to visit in 2018The world’s most Instagrammable hostels, according to travellersThe holiday destinations British people need to visit
"How is it fair that 'wags' can take their children out of school to visit their footballer dads with the school's blessing but servicemen and women's children can't?"
Jim Carrey has said that he's dumping his shares in Facebook and deleting his personal page, over the site profiting from Russian interference in the US presidential election.
Fast food giant claim the horror hit constitutes free publicity for their biggest rival, because of the whole clown thing.
Hovi Star, Israel’s Eurovision Song Contest entrant, has spoken out about suffering a homophobic attack in Moscow airport, Russia, when he visited the controversial country as part of his Eurovision promo tour. Hovi was in Russia to plug his Eurovision entry ‘Made Of Stars’ but passport control officers and Russian police allegedly ripped up his passport in a suspected homophobic incident. "But when I wanted to get into Moscow, I had problems with passport control.
Albina Ildarova is the first woman from the Republic of Dagestan, a predominantly Muslim region, to compete for the title of Miss Russia.
Fedor Alexandrovich at an abandoned school in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone (FilmBuff) In September of 2013, American Chad Gracia — a writer, tutor, and former Slavic studies major — found himself in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev. The documentary — out in theaters and on VOD Friday — focuses on Fedor Alexandrovich, a wide-eyed and wild-haired 33-year-old artist who worked for a time building sets for Karenin and who was born in the shadow of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in northern Ukraine. Alexandrovich grew up with radiation in his bones and deep scars on his psyche, and he made it his mission to uncover the true story behind the disaster that shaped his life and his country.