Journalists of TV channel Russian Today accidentally took a photo at the Syrian government air base Shayrat, displaying binary containers with poisonous substance sarin, banned by several international conventions.Read More
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law that was previously approved by both chambers of Russian parliament. It gives judges the right to restrict broadcasting from court sessions.
Not a single Russian federal TV channel interrupted its scheduled program to report on anti-corruption protest rallies that took place in Moscow and dozens of cities across the country, which involved thousands of people, and ended up with mass detentions…
The United States should strictly adhere to existing commitments and share information about the cause of death of the Permanent Representative of Russia to the UN Vitaly Churkin solely through official channels.
Spokesman of the political movement ‘En Marche!’ led by presidential candidate of France Emmanuel Macron accused Russian media Russia Today and Sputnik of interfering in the course of the presidential election campaign.
Fox News journalist Bill O’Reilly responded to the Kremlin’s suggestion to apologize to the president of Russia Vladimir Putin for calling him “a killer” during an interview with the U.S. president Donald Trump.
According to Roskomsvoboda, brazzers.com was included in the registry of banned information on Monday, February 6th.
TV channel RussiaToday will receive additional 1.22 billion rubles (approx. $20 million – RRT) for “creation, development, maintenance and distribution of a television channel in French”.
A Polish journalist was punched in the face on Russian television after saying that “Ukrainians want to live like normal people, not in shit, like you [in Russia].”
The European Parliament adopted a resolution which accused Russia of trying to divide Europe, and called the activities of state media propaganda that is aimed at EU destabilization.