Foreign fans and gays who came to the World Cup continue to fall into criminal situations.

Western media continue to collect stories about attacks on foreign fans who came to the World Cup in Russia. According to the publication Metro, among the victims were a fan from the UK - he was robbed in Moscow, as well as two French tourists who are homosexuals.
In addition, yesterday, June 13, two more criminal cases were brought to the St. Petersburg police. Ugugvayets and Iranians were robbed. The day before, the Frenchman and the Chinese had suffered.

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The attack on the British, allegedly, occurred on Monday, June 11th. He was robbed by five men. Malefactors forced him to withdraw money from an ATM and give them away. At the same time, how much was stolen, it was not possible to establish yet.
The fact is that at the time of the robbery a foreigner was very drunk.The police report said that the victim "does not know how much money has been stolen, or cannot explain." A translator has been brought to the case to continue the investigation.
Another incident occurred even earlier - on Saturday, June 9, in St. Petersburg. There, a French gay couple was attacked by two men. The beatings resulted in serious injuries. One of them, according to media reports, became disabled.
Both attackers are already detained. They were immigrants from Dagestan - 25-year-old Ismet Gaidam and 24-year-old Rasul Magomedov.
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Late in the evening, a 44-year-old Uruguayan lost a large sum of money and expensive items at a fast-food restaurant on Nevsky Prospect. At that time he was in the northern capital of the second day.
Carried away by dinner, the foreigner did not notice how he was kidnapped a thousand dollars, 1,500 euros, a mobile phone, three tickets for the national team matches and two passports. A fan of the national team Luis Suarez appealed to the police, where they opened a criminal case under article 158 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (“Theft”).
A foreigner with empty pockets left Petersburg, went to Moscow. The game of Uruguayans with Egypt will be held on June 15 in Yekaterinburg.
On the same day, three Iranians were robbed in the northern capital, and the attackers stole fans' money directly from their hotel room on Liteiny Prospect, 12. Fans of the “Princes of Persia” team were robbed by about a thousand dollars and 100 euros. The police also filed a case under the article "Theft".
In addition, in Moscow on June 12, a fan from China stole money and valuables. A Chinese man told the police on duty that a backpack in which there were two football tickets, two tablets, two Samsung phones, and also about 30 thousand yuan (about 300 thousand rubles for the current Central Bank rate, RBC reported, citing a source in the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
Note that on June 14, police detained British LGBT activist Peter Tatchell near Red Square. A man was holding a poster with an inscription against homophobia in the Russian Federation.
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On the eve of the 2018 World Cup, The Washington Post wondered if "Russia, with its history of racist attacks and its football hooligans, can show cordiality at the World Cup." The article, translated by InoPressa, notes that, according to the authorities of the Russian Federation, there are no racism problems in the capital.
"From the point of view of Black Z, a popular African musician, racism in Russia is no more terrible than in any other country, including countries on the African continent," writes Amy Ferris-Rotman, a Washington Post correspondent.
“I’m black, I live in Moscow and sing for Russia,” says this Congolese about a city that has been his home for the last four years. “As I live here, I have never had any problems.”
"But not everyone shares his optimistic view. On the eve of the first match of the championship - the meeting of Russia and Saudi Arabia this Thursday - racism raises its ugly head.
The history of Russian football is clouded by discrimination against non-whites, and the number of incidents involving racist and homophobic cries has increased over the past year, according to a study published in May by the Russian human rights organization Sova and the Fare Network NGO analyzing bias in football, "the article says .
"In the past few days, the community of Russian football fans in social networks have been filled with ridicule and hostile remarks against minorities and teams that will be opposed to the Russian national team," the author writes. Ferris-Rothman also reports that for the first time in history, FIFA gave judges the right to interrupt or cancel matches in the event of racist shouts and insinuations.
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But these organizations are more positive about the situation with the actions of Russian football hooligans.After the clashes in 2016 in Marseilles, "the Russian authorities, where numerous football hooligans were influenced by their English" colleagues, "took tough measures against such unrest at football matches," the journalist said.
"The unprecedented influx of foreigners has led to dramatic changes in Moscow - a huge ungainly 13-million metropolis, which is by no means famous for its high-quality customer service.
The city authorities conducted training for transport workers, including taxi drivers: they were taught a basic set of phrases in English and even taught them to smile - usually, guests in Russia do not see smiles.
The city has expanded its "tourist police", which is supposed to behave more friendly, and the computer application of the Moscow metro now exists in six languages ​​in addition to Russian, "the journalist said.
But the problem of racism, in the opinion of local authorities, is not. “I don’t see any problems here. We didn’t conduct any special trainings on this topic,” said Vice Mayor Maxim Liksutov.
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