The White House said that "Trump looks forward to having President Putin to Washington after the first of the year."
The 68th Tank Regiment was renamed for Berlin and an army regiment was renamed for Warsaw.
The U.S. president steered clear of confirming a trip to Moscow, so he decided to talk about the World Cup instead.
The city zoo has made some provisions for a pleasant summer after last year's drab and rainy weather.
Julieth González Therán was reporting from the streets of Moscow when she was grabbed by an excited fan seconinto her broadcast.
President Donald Trump's national security adviser sharply criticized the Russian president in the past.
Beer shortages in Moscow, Kazan and Nizhny Novgorod, with fans boosting sales of a beverage traditionally not even seen as all that alcoholic.
The U.S.-led NATO Western military alliance and Russia accused each other of fueling the Cold War–like crisis across Europe.
Russian viewers tuned in to watch the World Cup and were shocked to see a church had replaced the British Embassy in Moscow, among other changes.
"According to Russian Laws, it is an administrative offense to transfer or resell without FIFA's consent."
Russia's emergency services accidentally drenched police outside Moscow, while practicing to fight fires ahead of the opening of the World Cup.
Britain's National Cyber Security Centre has also issued a warning to the public.
The lobby group Victims of Communism says it was an attempt to promote a "revisionist history of the Soviet Union."
Arkady Babchenko left Russia in 2017 fearing for his life.
Military officer Oleg Ivannikov's unusual voice helped investigators pinpoint him as a key suspect.
The S-500 struck a target 299 miles away.