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。

Threats & harassment put mail delivery on hold in Danish city district2018-02-20
Postal service PostNord has stopped delivering mail to a district in the Danish city of Odense, citing threats and harassment received by postal workers in that area. The halt has been criticized by local politicians.
Smoke detected at crippled Chernobyl power plant – Ukraine nuclear watchdog2018-02-20
Ukraine’s nuclear regulatory body reported smoke at one of the rooms at Unit 3 in Chernobyl, adding that it was briefly liquidated by the state emergency personnel and the radiological situation at the site has not changed following the incident.
‘Up to 15 tons of depleted uranium used in 1999 Serbia bombing’ – lead lawyer in suit against NATO2018-02-20
An international legal team is preparing a lawsuit against NATO over the alliance’s alleged use of depleted uranium munitions during its bombing of Yugoslavia. These have allegedly caused a rise in cancer-related illnesses across the region over the years.
‘Impossible & risky to take in more migrants’ – Rome’s mayor2018-02-20
Rome Mayor Virginia Raggi has asked the Italian Interior Ministry for stricter measures to be taken toward the influx of foreigners into the capital.
Ramadan prayers at site of Virgin Mary statue trigger outrage in Spain2018-02-20
A Muslim prayer gathering at the site of a Virgin Mary statue has sparked outrage among politicians in the Spanish city of Granada, with a far-right party calling on Catholics to respond with a night of prayer at the same site.
Indonesia eyes joint anti-ISIS patrols with Philippines & Malaysia2018-02-20
Indonesia’s military chief says Jakarta is looking to establish joint patrols with the Philippines and Malaysia for protection against Islamic State. It comes as the military said there are terrorists’ sleeper cells all over Indonesia.
EU launches legal cases against Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic for not taking in refugees2018-02-20
The European Commission has launched legal action against three EU member states, claiming Poland, Hungary, and Czech Republic have not taken the necessary action in dealing with migrants and refugees.
Watch, pay or go away: Google to enable publishers to charge users with ad blockers2018-02-20
A new Google tool will let website publishers charge visitors using ad blockers for removing the ads, or force them to turn off their ad blockers and view the ads. The feature is said to be designed to help publishers who fear for their slumping ad revenue.
Over 200 anti-Muslim incidents so far this year – German authorities2018-02-20
A total of 208 anti-Muslim incidents were reported across Germany in the first three months of 2017, according to police and constitutional protection agencies, the Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung (NOZ) newspaper reported Friday.
Denmark repeals blasphemy law, Koran burner walks free2018-02-20
Danish legislators have scrapped the country’s more than 150-years-old blasphemy law, which forbids public insults of a religion, such as the burning of holy books. A man who burned the Koran and was the first person to be charged under the law since 1970s has now walked free.
Over 80,000 evacuated from German ‘Rock am Ring’ festival over ‘terrorist threat’2018-02-20
Up to 87,000 festivalgoers have evacuated from Rock am Ring music festival held near Nürburg, Germany, after police received information of a concrete terrorist threat.
ISIS sex slave survivor demands recognition of Yazidi genocide in tearful homecoming2018-02-20
Nadia Murad made an emotional return to her home village of Kocho in Iraq on Thursday for the first time since she was kidnapped by Islamic State militants (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) in 2014.
Massive explosion hits Iranian supermarket, dozens injured (PHOTO, VIDEO)2018-02-20
Over 30 people were reportedly injured after a powerful blast rocked a mall in the southwest Iranian city of Shiraz, causing it to erupt in flames, damaging nearby buildings and shattering glasses within 30 meters from the site.
Up to 18 dead after 3 explosions at funeral in Kabul, top Afghan officials unharmed (GRAPHIC PHOTOS)2018-02-20
Up to 18 people have been killed in three explosions centered around a funeral in downtown Kabul Saturday, Afghanistan’s TOLO news network reports. Multiple injuries have also been reported, according to local officials cited by TOLO.
RT's Ruptly video agency receives award for achievements in international online journalism2018-02-20
The Drum Online Media Awards in London has honored RT's Ruptly video agency with one of its prizes. Such international outlets as CNN, BBC, Reuters, Buzzfeed and Al Jazeera also competed for the awards, which are given out for the most outstanding achievements in online journalism.
EU mulls economic measures for US after Trump’s withdrawal from Paris agreement2018-02-20
The EU is considering taking economic measures in response to President Trump’s decision to pull the US out of the Paris climate agreement. These could include halting trade talks, forging closer ties with Russia, and imposing heavy carbon taxes on US exports.
US calls North Korea ‘clear & present’ threat, urges China to deal with Pyongyang2018-02-20
The US defense secretary has called North Korea a clear and present threat, urging China to recognize Pyongyang as a strategic liability. The statement comes after the UN extended sanctions against North Korea over its repeated missile tests.
Macron admirer, young & openly gay: Ireland poised to appoint Leo Varadkar as new PM2018-02-20
Ireland’s likely next prime minister Leo Varadkar will be the nation’s youngest, and one of the world’s only openly gay leaders. Commentators say that his blend of fiscal conservatism and social liberalism is what will make him stand out in modern Ireland, however.
Drones capable of carrying 1-ton cargo part of Alibaba rival’s grand project2018-02-20
Drones capable of carrying more than a ton of goods to long-distance deliveries are part of plans by one of China’s biggest online retailers to develop a massive logistics network covering remote locations.
Civilian death toll rises to 484 from US-led coalition strikes in Iraq & Syria2018-02-20
A new Operation Inherent Resolve report has upped the official civilian death toll of the US-led aerial bombing campaign in Syria and Iraq by more than a third, confirming 484 civilian deaths – while activists claim the figure is several times higher.
Charges mulled against Wilders over anti-Islam tirade implying Koran incites terrorism2018-02-20
Dutch prosecutors are looking into the speech delivered by far-right Party for Freedom (PVV) leader Geert Wilders, in which he slammed Islam as an ideology of war and hatred. Wilders says he’s being targeted for speaking the truth.
‘Saying it’s Russians’ fault like blaming everything on Jews’ – Putin’s best quotes at SPIEF2018-02-20
Russian President Vladimir Putin has largely resorted to irony at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) as reporters seemingly failed to come up with new questions, focusing on Moscow’s alleged meddling in the US elections, and Donald Trump.
Palestinians injured in clashes with IDF on 1st day of Trump’s visit to Israel (VIDEO)2018-02-20
At least nine Palestinians were injured by rubber bullets and reported live fire as they clashed with the Israeli troops in the West Bank and East Jerusalem on the first day of US President Donald Trump’s visit to Israel.
New tool allows deaf-blind people to independently 'watch' TV2018-02-20
An innovative new tool has made it easier for deaf-blind people to enjoy television. The technology compiles subtitles and quickly transmits it to Braille via an app eliminating the need for an intermediary.
’Merkel's fault': Poland's ruling party leader blames Germany for EU refugee crisis2018-02-20
Poland's former prime minister and current leader of the country’s ruling party, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, says German Chancellor Angela Merkel is to blame for the influx of asylum seekers seeking resettlement in the EU, adding, that she and her country will have to bear the consequences.

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