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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Football fans worried about racism or homophobia should travel to Russia for the World Cup, but take precautions because the host country is a "difficult environment", the head of the European anti-racism watchdog FARE said on Tuesday.
DOMODEDOVO, Russia (Reuters) - As World Cup squads and their fans fly into Russia for the start of the tournament on Thursday, so do police officers from all the competing nations to help deter hooliganism and the threat of any militant attack.
SOFIA (Reuters) - Bulgarian authorities said they were investigating photographs that appear to show a child making a Nazi salute and another with a swastika on his chest at the country's soccer cup final.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - World Cup hosts Russia have been fined 30,000 Swiss francs for discriminatory chants by fans, FIFA said on Tuesday, after racist abuse was directed at French players during a friendly in St Petersburg in March.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - World Cup hosts Russia will cooperate with a FIFA investigation into racist abuse directed at French players by Russian fans during a friendly last month, a Russian soccer official said on Monday.
(Reuters) - UEFA found no evidence to corroborate Liverpool striker Rhian Brewster's racism allegations against a Spartak Moscow player, European soccer's governing body said on Wednesday after completing an investigation.
LONDON (Reuters) - A man has been arrested over allegations of a hate crime against a player for the English soccer club, Manchester City, at the club's training ground, police said on Tuesday.
LAHORE, Pakistan (Reuters) - Pakistan marked the return of international cricket to the country with a rip-roaring 36-run Twenty20 victory over Sri Lanka in front of a packed stadium in the eastern city of Lahore on Sunday.
Exclusive - From cyber unit to troops, South Korea adds extra layer of Olympics security amid tensions
SEOUL (Reuters) - Rattled by rising tensions with North Korea, South Korea is taking extra measures to try to ensure the safety of the 2018 Winter Games, including setting up a crack cyber defence team and doubling the number of troops, according to officials and documents reviewed by Reuters.