A view shows a landslide, caused by heavy rain, near the Volgograd Arena in Volgograd, a host city for the soccer World Cup, Russia July 15, 2018. Picture taken July 15, 2018. REUTERS/Stringer
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Heavy rain has damaged parts of the interior and landscaping around the Volgograd Arena, a new stadium that hosted four matches during the World Cup, the company in charge of its construction said Tuesday.A sloping bank between the stadium and the Volga River collapsed on Sunday during torrential rains in the city, pushing several tonnes of sand and rubble onto the road below.The stadium is due to host a second division match on Sunday between Rotor Volgograd and Luch Vladivostok.
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