今日俄罗斯(RussiaTodayTV或RussiaToday,或称今日俄国,缩写为RT)是俄罗斯一家国际新闻频道,也是第一家全数字化的俄罗斯电视频道,由国有的俄罗斯新闻社所拥有。2013年12月9日,俄罗斯总统普京签署总统令,废除俄新社与俄罗斯之声。自此以俄新社为基础的“今日俄罗斯”国际新闻通讯社成为俄罗斯官媒。今日俄罗斯于2005年12月10日开播,有将近100名英语记者在全球范围进行报导。

Police use tear gas in Paris after protesters reportedly throw projectiles (VIDEO)2018-03-03
French police have deployed tear gas against a group of protesters in Paris, an RT crew at the site reports. The protesters had reportedly been throwing bottles at police.
Trainee pilot flew Pakistani jet with 300 on board as captain slept in 1st class – media2018-03-02
A London-bound Pakistan International Airlines flight with over 300 people on board was left in the hands of a trainee pilot for more than two hours while his captain was in the first-class cabin grabbing some shuteye, local media revealed.
Israeli police shoot 16yo girl after alleged knife attack in Jerusalem2018-03-02
A 16-year-old Palestinian girl was shot dead by Israeli police after reportedly attempting a knife attack at Damascus Gate in Jerusalem on Sunday.
Iran tests superfast Hoot torpedo in Strait of Hormuz – reports2018-03-02
Iran has allegedly carried out a test launch of the supercavitating Hoot torpedo in the Strait of Hormuz, multiple Pentagon officials have told NBC and Fox. This is the first test of the experimental underwater technology since February 2015.
S. Korean ultranationalists attack Ruptly’s producer in Seoul2018-03-01
An RT Ruptly video agency producer suffered minor injuries and had his equipment damaged after he was attacked by a group of South Korean ultranationalists at a protest camp in Seoul.
South Koreans demand court injunction to block THAAD deployment2018-03-01
A group of Seongju residents have submitted a petition to South Korea’s Constitutional Court demanding an immediate halt to any further operations and deployment elements of the US Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system (THAAD) in their country.
‘We were schoolchildren thrown into war’: WWII hero recalls bravery & horror on Eastern Front2018-03-01
One of the most decorated World War II veterans still alive,91-year-old Konstantin Fedotov, talks about being drafted as a teenager, what makes a good infantry scout, and the images still seared into his mind more than 70 years after the conflict ended.
Italian police seize 37 tons of drugs designed for ISIS in Libya2018-02-28
Police in the northern Italian city of Genoa have intercepted a huge drug shipment bound for Libya. Tons of psychotropic medications, destined for Islamic State (IS, former ISIS/ISIL), were seized in cooperation with the Italian customs office.
‘Criminal negligence’: Relatives of Palestinian toddler burned alive by Jewish extremists sue Israel2018-02-28
Relatives of an 18-month-old Palestinian toddler who was burned alive along with his parents in an arson attack carried out by an Israeli extremists in 2015 are now suing Israel for criminal negligence.
Japan interested in Tomahawk missiles to counter North Korea - reports2018-02-28
The Japanese government is considering the purchase and deployment of Tomahawk cruise missiles amid North Korea's missile and nuclear tests of late, according to reports.
Wikipedia files appeal after Turkey blocks its website2018-02-27
Online encyclopedia Wikipedia has filed an appeal to the Turkish Constitutional Court after a local court rejected the appeal against its ban.
Merkel’s former defense minister joins arms corp with links to Saudis, USAF & Erdogan2018-02-27
The former German defense minister, Franz Josef Jung, has joined the board of the military hardware supplier Rheinmetall, linked to the sale of weapons used by the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen through nebulous subsidiaries.
Cholera outbreak in Yemen kills 34 people, may spiral out of control – WHO & MSF2018-02-27
An acute outbreak of cholera-related cases in war-torn Yemen has claimed the lives of at least 34 people in the past two weeks with over 2,000 people still sick, WHO has said. Meanwhile, Doctors Without Borders has warned that the outbreak could spiral out of control.
New president wants South Korea to learn to say 'no to America,’ improve relations with Kim Jong-un2018-02-26
South Korea has just elected a liberal president who favors rebuilding tattered relations with neighboring North Korea, which could signal a policy shift and mute heightened saber-rattling on the peninsula.
Erdogan urges ‘100s of thousands’ Muslims to visit Jerusalem in support of Palestinians2018-02-26
The Turkish president has described Israel’s treatment of Palestinians as racist and discriminatory, as he urged Turks and other Muslims to visit Jerusalem more often to support the Palestinian struggle for an independent state.
North Korean ambassador talks tough on nuclear program, Trump & US intervention2018-02-26
In his first television interview as North Korean ambassador to the UK, Choe Il gave an unflinching performance in aggressive diplomacy,’ declaring that his country will carry out a sixth nuclear test.
Turks in Germany forbidden to vote on death penalty –?Merkel2018-02-25
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said that Turks living in Germany won’t be allowed to vote in a possible referendum on restoring the death penalty in Turkey.
'We didn’t know what it meant to smile,’ child of WWII recalls2018-02-25
Among the heart-wrenching stories of the Second World War the accounts of children who grew up amidst the hardships and grief of wartime are especially touching. Aleksandr Ovcharov was only six years old when his father was drafted in 1942.
Pastor jailed for throwing ‘possessed’ woman on fire in fatal exorcism2018-02-25
A Nicaraguan pastor and four of his followers have been sentenced to 30 years in prison for their involvement in a fatal exorcism. The group stripped a woman naked and threw her onto a fire, claiming the victim was possessed by the devil.
Fukushima village farmers plant rice for 1st time since nuclear disaster2018-02-24
Farmers have begun planting rice in a village in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, for the first time since the 2011 nuclear disaster contaminated the soil with radiation, leading to forced evacuations.
Millions of Pakistanis sent govt blasphemy warning by text (PHOTO)2018-02-24
Pakistan’s government has sent millions of text messages warning citizens against the sharing of blasphemous content online. The move comes as authorities bid to combat a major uptick in religious violence as mob rule decides if blasphemers’ live or die.
Stockholm clinic probed for discouraging vaccination, says measles is good for child’s development2018-02-24
A children’s clinic in Stockholm is being investigated after giving parents dubious information about vaccines and advising homeopathy, leaving their young patients at risk of developing potentially life-threatening diseases, local media report.
Germany asks US to press NATO partner Turkey over Incirlik airbase2018-02-20
German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel has turned to Washington for help in resolving its row with Ankara. Earlier this week, German lawmakers were denied permission to visit 260 troops serving at Turkey's Incirlik airbase in the campaign against Islamic State.
Brazilian president Temer refuses to resign amid corruption probe2018-02-20
President Michel Temer of Brazil has refused to resign, after the country’s Supreme Court authorized a criminal investigation into allegations he paid hush money to the former speaker of the house and arranged bribes.
@Sweden Twitter account blocking 14k users is a threat to free speech, activists tell RT2018-02-20
The Swedish public and activists are outraged over the blocking of some 14,000 Twitter users by the country's official account over alleged hate speech. Those blacklisted included top Israeli politicians and Noam Chomsky.

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