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。

Several cars burnt in Berlin ahead of May Day protests (VIDEO)2018-03-19
Berlin has seen a new outbreak of car burning during Walpurgis night, the traditional holiday on the eve of annual May Day protests in the German capital.
Neo-Nazi's May Day march met with resistance in Sweden (VIDEOS, PHOTOS)2018-03-19
A May Day march by the Swedish based neo-Nazi group, the Nordic Resistance Movement (NRM), was opposed by anti-racist demonstrators in the Swedish city of Falun.
‘Cow vigilantes’ kill two men over suspected animal theft in India2018-03-19
Two men have died of their injuries after being brutally beaten by a mob in India’s northeastern state of Assam on Sunday. The men were suspected of attempting to steal cows for slaughter.
Violent clashes break out as police, protesters face off in Turin, Italy (PHOTOS, VIDEO)2018-03-18
Fighting broke out between police and protesters in Turin, Italy, after riot police tried to stop a group of demonstrators from entering the San Carlo square during the annual May Day protest.
Magnitude 6.2 earthquake strikes remote region of Alaska2018-03-18
A powerful 6.2 magnitude earthquake has struck the US state of Alaska. No injuries have been reported and no tsunami warnings have been put in place.
‘It's very important we hear what Putin has to say’ – Oliver Stone2018-03-18
The man behind three films about American presidents, Oliver Stone, says his upcoming feature about Russian President Vladimir Putin opens up a whole viewpoint that we as Americans haven't heard, and could help prevent a dangerous situation – on the brink of war.
#1917LIVE: Russia celebrates May Day freely for 1st time2018-03-17
A sea of red banners engulfed the capital of revolutionary Russia, Petrograd, as thousands of people from all walks of life marched to celebrate International Workers’ Day freely for the first time – after the fall of monarchy – on May 1,1917.
Golden Gamble: RT documentary discovers desperation & peril driving Philippines gold divers2018-03-17
The gold town of Paracale sees its residents risking their lives every day as they dive down into murky, water-filled mine shafts in search of precious ore. RTD travelled to Paracale to discover the poverty, child labor and constant danger the prospectors face.
Russia bans several messaging apps for ‘not complying with law’2018-03-17
Russian communications regulator has blocked four platforms, including BlackBerry, Line and Imo messengers as well as Vchat video service. The services have failed to comply with Russian law, according to the regulator.
HIV eliminated from ‘humanized’ mice in groundbreaking study2018-03-16
Scientists in the US have successfully eliminated HIV from mice transplanted with infected human immune cells, in the first study to successfully achieve this in an infected animal.
Female Christian refugee murdered by Afghan compatriot in Bavaria2018-03-16
Bavarian police are trying to establish the motive behind the murder of an Afghan woman who sought refuge in Germany and has reportedly converted to Christianity. The attacker, also an Afghan asylum seeker, stabbed the woman to death in front of her children.
Russian military adviser killed by sniper fire in Syria – MoD2018-03-16
A Russian military adviser has been shot following a gun battle with militants in Syria, Interfax has reported, citing the Russian Defense Ministry.
German Defense Ministry probes possible far-right terrorist cell in Bundeswehr – media2018-03-15
Germany's defense minister has canceled a visit to the US to focus on the arrest of an army officer suspected of planning a racially motivated attack. Authorities believe the man was part of a network of up to five people, according to German media.
More Arabs view Israel positively than Jews, poll reveals2018-03-15
Arab citizens have a more positive outlook on Israel than its Jewish citizens do, according to a recent poll released as Israel celebrates its 69th Independence Day.
Russian MoD disputes HRW report claiming Soviet chem bomb was used in Syria’s Idlib2018-03-15
Russia’s Defense Ministry has disputed speculation in a recent Human Rights Watch (HRW) report on chemical attacks in Syria, which used online photos and interviews to conclude that a Soviet-made air-dropped chemical bomb was used in Khan Sheikhoun.
Indian man beaten to death by mob for failing to give up Hindu-Muslim couple2018-03-14
Suspected members of militant group Hindu Yuva Vahini beat a man to death after he failed to give the whereabouts of a Hindu girl who eloped with a Muslim teeanger in Uttar Pradesh.
5 years and billions of dollars needed to rebuild Mosul, officials say2018-03-14
The occupation by Islamic State and the battle to oust the extremists have reduced much of Mosul to rubble. A five-year plan to get the war-torn city back on its feet has been drawn up, but finding the money is proving to be a problem.
'Choice between plague & cholera': 29% of French voters plan to abstain in presidential runoff2018-03-14
Only a few days before France heads to the polls for a crucial vote to choose its next president, surveys show there are millions of people who are undecided who to vote for, or intend to abstain rather than support either of the two candidates.
‘Only sausages’: Germans ridicule interior minister’s ‘dominant culture’ idea for integration2018-03-13
German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere faced a barrage of ironic tweets from people on social media after trying to explain the main principles of German Leitkultur, or dominant culture, amid discussions about immigration and integration.
WhatsApp down: Popular messaging app triggers panic after suffering outages worldwide2018-03-13
It took hours for the popular Facebook-owned messaging service WhatsApp to fix outages around the world that began Wednesday evening. The situation sent shockwaves around social media as disconnected users had to resort to using alternative messengers and even SMS.
Swedish sports coach on trial for tying up teen boys, placing plastic bags over their heads2018-03-13
A trial has begun for a Swedish sports coach accused of 100 counts of crimes against teenage boys. The victims say the man tied them up, placed plastic bags over their heads, and taped their mouths and noses shut.
Indian village bans women from using mobile phones outside homes2018-03-12
Village elders in the India’s Uttar Pradesh have prohibited women and girls from using mobile phones outside their homes, imposing a hefty fine on violators. The ruling is meant to prevent women from eloping or even interacting with men.
‘War will see Japan under radioactive clouds before any country’ – N. Korean state media2018-03-12
If the Korean Peninsula standoff evolved into an armed conflict, Japan would be the first to suffer from the fallout – both political and nuclear – North Korean state media said, warning Tokyo against any hostile actions.
Police fire water cannon at anti-govt rally in Venezuela after pelted with smoke bombs2018-03-12
Police deployed water cannon during an anti-government rally in the capital, Caracas, after demonstrators hurled smoke bombs at law enforcement.
Macron tells Le Pen he ‘won’t submit to Putin’ but admits Russia is needed to solve conflicts2018-03-11
While French presidential candidates Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen disagreed on mending relations with Russia’s President Vladimir Putin in a heated debate Wednesday, Macron conceded that Moscow is vital in solving the Ukrainian and Syrian conflicts.

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