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。

8 UAE princesses convicted of servant abuse in Belgium2018-01-16
Eight princesses from the United Arab Emirates were given suspended jail terms and fined in a trafficking case in Belgium, escaping the harsher charges of inhumane treatment.
Indian state local authorities in hot water after ‘poor’ stamps on houses2018-01-15
The decision to place I’m poor’ signs on the houses of people eligible for government support by the Indian state of Rajasthan has offended residents who accuse the the local government of mocking them while prompting condemnation from the opposition.
‘Interpreter asked: What is Facebook?’ RT crew shares experiences filming in N. Korea2018-01-15
In a behind-the-scenes interview about RT’s new documentary on North Korea, director Natalya Kadyrova describes the challenges of filming in the world’s most restrictive nation, including trying to tell if the family they filmed were real, or actors pretending to be husband and wife.
ISIS shifting focus to Afghanistan, threatens Central Asia – CIS anti-terrorism chief2018-01-15
Islamic State terrorists are seeking to shift the main focus of their activity from Syria and Iraq to Afghanistan and neighboring states, Col. Gen. Andrey Novikov, the head of the Anti-Terrorist Center (ATC) of the Commonwealth of Independent States has said.
Turkey to scrap Darwin’s ‘controversial & redundant’ theory of evolution from schoolbooks2018-01-15
Turkey is set to drop the controversial theory of evolution from the high school curriculum to better reflect local and national values, making it the second predominantly Muslim country after Saudi Arabia to not teach students Darwin’s theory.
Hezbollah warns ‘100s of thousands’ would retaliate if conflict with Israel erupts2018-01-14
The next war with Israel would draw hundreds of thousands of fighters from across the entire Middle East, Hezbollah’s leader has warned after the Israeli Air Force chief promised to drop a month’s bombs in a matter of days if a new conflict breaks out.
Sweden eyes major overhaul of air defense systems citing potential Russian threat2018-01-14
Sweden intends to replace all of its aging air defense systems, saying Russian missile systems stationed in the nearby exclave of Kaliningrad make this a necessity. US-made Patriot systems are among the options for the major overhaul.
Drug use in Iran ‘more than doubled’ in last 6yrs, 3.5% of population now regular users2018-01-14
The number of drug users in Iran has more than doubled in the last six years, according to a survey carried out by the nation’s Drug Control Organization (DCHQ).
7 killed, 100 stranded in Kashmir as cable car with tourists falls (PHOTOS)2018-01-14
A pine tree fell on a ropeway in the Indian-controlled part of Kashmir on Sunday, killing seven people inside a car that snapped from the cable and plunged some 30 meters, local police reported. The accident also left 100 people stranded in other cars.
Germany bars Erdogan’s bodyguards charged in US brawl from Hamburg G20 summit – report2018-01-14
The German Foreign Ministry has informed Ankara that the Turkish security officials who were involved in an outbreak of violence during protests near the Turkish embassy in Washington, DC should not come to Germany for G20 summit, Die Welt daily reports.
50,000 protesters form 90km human chain to demand closure of aging Belgian nuclear reactors (VIDEO)2018-01-13
Thousands of protestors have formed a 90-kilometer human chain around the border triangle of Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands to demand the closure of the two reactors at Belgium’s Tihange and Doel nuclear power stations.
At least 6 dead, 31 missing after crowded tourist boat sinks in Colombian reservoir2018-01-13
A tourist boat carrying around 160 people has sunk in the Penol reservoir in northwest Colombia, the country’s air force confirmed, saying that a search operation is under way.
Ukraine ‘almost reached’ arms supplies agreement with US – Poroshenko2018-01-13
Kiev has almost reached an agreement with the US about the supplies of defensive weapons that could be delivered as early as this year, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko told Ukrainian media.
Israel targets Syrian artillery positions & ammunitions truck in 2nd incident in 2 days2018-01-13
The IDF struck two artillery launchers and an ammunition truck on the Syrian side of the border after several Syrian projectiles landed in Israeli territory without causing any casualties. A similar incident occurred in the same Golan Heights region on Saturday.
$1bn worth of seized narcotics spectacularly burnt by Thailand, Myanmar & Cambodia2018-01-13
Thailand, Myanmar, and Cambodia have burned nearly $1 billion worth of seized narcotics in a joint campaign marking the UN day against drug abuse and trafficking. Meanwhile, authorities in those countries are struggling to curb a flood of illicit drugs.
Portuguese airline chief may ask to ground all drones following near-miss incidents2018-01-13
The chief of Portugal’s national airline says he is considering asking authorities to ground all drones in the country. It comes after one of the airline’s planes nearly collided with a UAV, in the latest of a series of near-misses.
Telegram used to execute St. Petersburg terrorist attack – Russian security agency2018-01-12
Popular messaging app Telegram was used by terrorists to prepare and conduct the April 2017 attack in St. Petersburg, the Federal Security Service (FSB) claims. The messenger will most likely be blocked in Russia.
Trump and 8yo Syrian girl ‘most influential people on the Internet’ – Time magazine2018-01-12
US President Donald Trump and an eight-year-old refugee from Syria, Bana Alabed, have been named by the Time Magazine among the most influential people online.
‘Shadow of death’: Serial killer nurse sentenced to 8 life sentences for murder of elderly patients2018-01-12
A Canadian nurse has been sentenced to eight concurrent life sentences for murdering eight elderly people who were under her care at nursing homes in Ontario.
US withdrawal from INF Treaty would hit America itself & European allies – Russian senator2018-01-11
Moscow would respond if the US pulled out of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF), a senior Russian senator said following a media report on Washington’s possible withdrawal from the nuclear arms control deal.
US-led coalition must stop ‘very dangerous game’ of sparing Al-Nusra in Syria – Lavrov2018-01-11
Russian FM Sergey Lavrov has accused the US-led anti-terrorist coalition of being reluctant to bomb positions of the former Al-Nusra Front in Syria, and has urged them to ditch double standards for the sake of an uncompromising fight against terrorism.
Twitter can detect riots long before police are called – study2018-01-11
Twitter can be used for more than simply keeping up with trending hashtags. In fact, it can be used as an invaluable police tool for detecting riots, according to a new study.
‘Duty of civilians to flee’: Duterte tells troops not to worry about collateral damage2018-01-11
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has once again reassured troops fighting an Islamist insurgency in Marawi CIty that he will protect them from legal action, reiterating his desire to retake the city by any means necessary.
S. Korean town aims to hit new heights with canned mountain air sales2018-01-11
A South Korean town has partnered with a Canadian company to sell local canned mountain air. The Korean municipality believes the partnership will help promote local nature and boost tourism.
IDF targets Syrian positions in response to projectile hitting Golan Heights2018-01-11
The Israel Defense Forces says it has responded to a projectile launched from Syria towards Israel by firing at Syrian army positions.

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