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。

Telegram will 'shortly' be registered in Russia, insists it won’t share users' data2018-01-10
Telegram's application has provided all necessary documents to be registered in Russia after being threatened with blocking by the country’s media watchdog. However, the messaging company says it won’t share users’ data with anyone.
Pope Francis calls on businesses to replace older employees with younger ones2018-01-10
Pope Francis has urged businesses across the world to bring more young employees into the workforce, saying it is foolish and short-sighted to force older people to continue working. He also noted the unfairness of women receiving less pay than men.
Burkini controversy renewed after swimsuit banned from French leisure park2018-01-10
The mayor of a small town in central France has reignited the burkini debate after banning the full-body swimwear from a new leisure park, despite a high court ruling the bans illegal last year.
G20 #PartyPolizei who had sex & urinated in public are ‘only human’ – Berlin police2018-01-10
Berlin's police department has defended the behavior of their party animal officers who were dismissed from working at the upcoming G20 summit, saying they're only human. Meanwhile, the city's club scene has rewarded the cops for throwing a great party.
N. Korea threatens ex-leader of S. Korea with ‘miserable dog’s death’ for assassination plot2018-01-10
Pyongyang wants to take revenge on former South Korean President Park Geun-hye and her accomplices for a recently revealed plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, according to the North’s official state media.
‘A great victory’: Ireland’s parliament bans onshore fracking2018-01-10
Ireland is to ban onshore fracking, making it one of a few countries to prohibit the gas extraction method in an effort to preserve the environment.
Contract with Turkey on S-400 missile systems ‘agreed upon’ – Putin aide2018-01-09
A contract with Ankara to deliver cutting-edge Russian anti-aircraft S-400 missile systems has been agreed upon, but the consultations on financial aspects of the planned deal are still being discussed.
Gas canister with likely ‘ignition device’ found in Berlin McDonald’s2018-01-09
McDonald’s customers hoping to treat themselves to an Egg McMuffin were instead startled to find a gas canister at the fast food chain. The restaurant was evacuated following the discovery, which police say likely contained an ignition device.
NATO to increase presence in Afghanistan, may send thousands more troops2018-01-09
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has confirmed that the alliance will send up to a few thousand more troops to assist the fight against the Taliban.
Ukraine faces fine over Eurovision delays, decision to bar Russian entrant2018-01-08
Ukraine is to pay a hefty fine because of severe delays in the organization of the Eurovision Song Contest, as well as Kiev’s decision to bar the Russian entrant from the competition.
Riot police descend on squatter site in Berlin, remove protesters by force (PHOTOS, VIDEO)2018-01-08
Berlin police have forcibly removed activists protesting the eviction of the squatters’ community at the Friedel 54 center in the borough of Neukolln.
Social networks could be hit with hefty fines for ‘hate speech’ under new German law2018-01-08
Germany may tighten up its laws on online hate speech in a move that opponents decry as at odds with free speech.
More ‘confident & capable’ Russia could emerge over next decade – Pentagon2018-01-07
A more confident and capable Russia could emerge within the next decade, according to a US Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) report. It goes on to describe the Russian military as rapidly advancing.
S. Korea to deploy digital air defense early warning system in 20192018-01-07
South Korea has developed a new modern air defense warning system, relying on digital communications. The will allow fast sharing, real-time battlespace images among military units.
Forest fire rages in Chernobyl exclusion zone2018-01-07
A forest fire has erupted in the Chernobyl exclusion zone forests during tree cutting works, according to the State Emergency Service of Ukraine. While a helicopter and two planes were dispatched to the site, the fire is still ongoing.
‘No-Go Zone’ app allows Parisians to report & locate aggression, other crimes2018-01-06
Parisians worried about safety in the French capital can download an app which allows them to report, locate and avoid hazardous locations. It comes as France remains at the highest possible terrorism alert.
Macron’s ‘complex thoughts’ led to Bastille Day presser cancelation, says source as Twitter fumes2018-01-06
The French president has canceled a traditional Bastille Day press conference, with a source in his administration saying Emmanuel Macron’s complex thoughts don’t go well with the process of interviewing. The insulted French have spilt their anger online.
OSCE denies Ukrainian claims monitoring mission was shelled by rebels2018-01-06
The OSCE has dismissed as incorrect claims by Kiev that the Special Monitoring Mission’s base in Ukraine’s Lugansk Region was shelled by the rebels.
Smoke bombs, flares as 2,000 march in Genoa to protest far-right group’s new HQ (VIDEO)2018-01-05
About 2,000 activists poured into the streets of Genoa, Italy, voicing their indignation over the opening of the new CasaPound group’s offices at a site symbolic for the leftist movement. The activists set off smoke bombs and fireworks.
Sky split open: Moscow hit by ‘downpour of the century’ (VIDEOS, PHOTOS)2018-01-05
Moscow Region has been hit by a powerful storm that brought heavy torrential rains and hail. The capital has not seen such a storm in almost 100 years, according to meteorologists.
Global leadership part of Washington’s DNA, while Russia has been ‘defender & advocate’ – Kissinger2018-01-05
Global leadership is part of US foreign policy DNA, according to former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, while Russia has previously positioned itself as defender and advocate of a world order based on religion, and then on Marxist principles.
Failure-port: In Berlin’s unfinished air hub, only half the doors work & sprinklers still a problem2018-01-04
Germany’s seemingly unending construction project, Berlin’s troubled international airport in Brandenburg, faces yet another delay as the airport’s head says that the construction will not be finished in 2017 due to problems with safety regulations.
Hackers may target brain signals through EEG headsets to access passwords – study2018-01-04
Electronic devices that harness the power of brain signals are one of the latest additions to the world of gaming. A new study has found, however, that hackers could also use such technology to access private information such as passwords and ATM pin codes.
‘Welcome to Hell’: Police flood Hamburg as city prepares for massive anti-G20 protests2018-01-03
Police expect an outbreak of violence as dozens of rallies, including one named Welcome to Hell, have been announced in Hamburg ahead of the G20 summit there. Left-wing radicals are vowing to protest in all kinds of ways.
US needs to get back its ‘international power’ role – Iraqi VP2018-01-03
The US has vacated its traditional global leadership role and lacks a clear-cut strategy for the Middle East, despite scoring major victories over Islamic State, Iraq’s vice-president told CNN.

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