Russia's emergency services accidentally drenched police outside Moscow, while practicing to fight fires ahead of the opening of the World Cup.
A player's performance declines "significantly for speed, agility, dribbling and endurance" while fasting.
Senior executives and company directors in the Middle East and North Africa said they plan to disrupt their workday to watch games.
Britain's National Cyber Security Centre has also issued a warning to the public.
Hands down, the World Cup is the biggest sporting event in the world.
"They're here to bring color and joy, and create awareness that we can enjoy the World Cup without gambling and just cheer for the soccer players."
Russia's national side's new world ranking is its worst ever and the worst of all World Cup participants. Its first opponent will be the second lowest-ranked team.
Volunteers from Russia's Cossack communities will help police during the tournament but will they interfere with gay fans?
Some outlets have seen a huge spike in people leaving comments.
The tips included washing, building up confidence by talking to many women and impressing Russian women with knowledge about your own country.
Petrol stations across Australia have renamed as "Cahilltex."
"An incredible, intelligent and inquisitive wild animal reduced to a figure of fun."
Russia and the U.K. are locked in a bitter diplomatic row over chemical weapon attack on a former spy.
"As we say in science, England couldn't hit a cow's arse with a banjo."
Attendees must have the proper medicinal paperwork.
The image depicts the world's most celebrated soccer player in a prison outfit behind bars.
The Italian became a Premier League champion just five months ago, and now his job looks in doubt.
"I urge everyone to be hospitable, kind, not to beat anyone, if you know the English language, help the tourists," said Alexander Yaroshuk, head of Kaliningrad.