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Pipe sections for  Nord Stream 2: Gazprom  plans to open the taps at the Russian end of the 1,200km-long pipeline in late 2019. Photograph: Jens Köhler/ullstein bild via Getty Images

Lubmin is a picturesque resort on Germany’s Baltic Sea coast that boasts a long stretch of sandy beach bordered by soft dunes and a lush pine forest. (...)

Fernando Muslera (R) of Uruguay is beaten as France go 2-0 up during the FIFA World Cup 2018 quarter final: negative sentiment Qatar 2020 and the manner in which it won the vote will weigh on sponsors

The World Cup is a feast of football and is also usually a feast of sponsorship with international brands eager to cash in on the global attention and(...)

Petrel Resources managing director David Horgan and the company’s chairman, John Teeling. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Ukraine has warned Irish oil company Petrel Resources about its plan to develop an energy project with Russian monopoly Gazprom in Crimea, Ukrainian t(...)

The construction site of TurkStream and  Gazprom gas pipelines  in the Black Sea. Photograph:  TurkStream Project/Anadolu Agency/Getty

An executive from John Teeling’s Petrel Resources held informal talks with Russian gas monopoly Gazprom about developing an energy project in Crimea, (...)

The Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, refurbished for the World Cup, is the biggest venue in the 2018 tournament, with a capacity of 81,000 people. Photograph: Peter Powell/EPA

As the Italian Conte Verde ocean liner set sail from Genoa to South America in 1930, this newspaper bore no mention of its departure or where it was g(...)

People take a picture front of a banner Zabivaka, the official mascot for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, in Saransk. Photograph:Juan Barreto/Getty Images

The World Cup must be imminent because the supermarket aisles have turned into obstacle courses of special-offer Pringles, Budweiser is deploying dron(...)

Margrethe Vestager does have an official Facebook page, an online diary of her life as the EU’s competition commissioner, one of the biggest jobs in Brussels.  Photograph: John Thys/AFP/Getty Images

Margrethe Vestager, the world’s most powerful regulator of tech companies, does not have a personal Facebook account. She decided to stay off the site(...)

Armenian opposition leader Nikol Pashinyan attends a rally with supporters in the country’s second-largest city of Gyumri. Photograph: Gleb Garanich/Reuters

When huge popular protests in Armenia forced prime minister Serzh Sargsyan to resign early this week, Russia said it would not interfere in the domest(...)

Are you “susceptible”, “infected” or “immune” to Bitcoin? Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Buy Russia. That’s according to GMO, the value investing firm headed by iconic investor Jeremy Grantham. Russian stocks were slaughtered last week, pl(...)

Russia’s president Vladimir Putin: One of  the individuals targeted is Kirill Shamalov who, the US said, is married to one of  Putin’s daughters. Photograph: Alexander Zemlianichenko/Reuters

The Trump administration has unveiled sweeping sanctions against seven high-profile Russian businessmen and their dozen companies, acting on a law pas(...)

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