Sputnik photojournalist Vladimir Pesnya, the winner of the World Press Photo 2016, will be the ‘eyes’ of the official Instagram account of the famous international photo contest World Press Photo for one week.
Sputnik news agency and radio has signed a cooperation agreement with the Italian news agency Askanews to work together to expand coverage of events in Russia and Italy.
An agreement on cooperation and content exchange has been signed between Sputnik news agency and radio and IANS, India’s largest news agency. Taking part in the signing ceremony were IANS Director & Editor Shibi Alex Chandy and Sputnik’s Head of International Projects Vasily Pushkov.
Paraguayan Foreign Minister Eladio Loizaga and top management of Sputnik news agency discussed further informational cooperation on Tuesday.
Sputnik news agency and radio has declared its support for the creation of an open media landscape and favorable conditions for information exchange between the leading media of the BRICS countries.
Sputnik Estonia will submit complaints to international organizations that defend the rights of journalists over the actions of the Estonian Defense Ministry’s press service, which recently denied Sputnik accreditation for a news conference with the Ukrainian and Estonian defense ministers, citing the outlet’s “propaganda for Putin’s regime.”
Sputnik photojournalist, Vladimir Astapkovich, won first place in the ‘Sports’ category at the International Photography Awards (IPA) annual international photo contest.
Developed by Sputnik, the project will help international students choose the school that best suits them out of the 207 universities across Russia. The website will also allow prospective students to submit their applications electronically.
Head of the design centre at Sputnik News Agency and Radio, Anton Stepanov, delivered a well-received lecture on Saturday 17th September as part of Sputnik's working partnership with the London Design Biennale.
Sputnik international news agency and radio has opened a cutting edge editorial center in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
According to a Sputnik.Polls survey, the majority of people in Germany (74%), France (65%), and Italy (63%) believe that the measures taken by the United States in fighting terrorism after the terrorist attacks of September 11th 2001 have not strengthened global security.
Sputnik news agency and radio is getting ready for the training session at the international Sputnik School of Young Journalists, to be held between September 5-8. Students from 18 countries attend the school.
According to a Sputnik.Polls survey, the majority of people in Italy (64 percent), France (63 percent) and Germany (54 percent) are displeased with their primary and secondary education systems. Only 28 per cent of people in France, 31 per cent in Italy, and 41 per cent in Germany are pleased with the education system in their countries.
Sputnik online news and radio broadcasting service has signed a cooperation agreement with leading Chinese research media outlet Keji Ribao/Science and Technology Daily (wokeji.com).
According to a Sputnik.Polls survey, residents of 9 out of 11 surveyed former Soviet countries aged over 35 believe that life in the USSR was better than it has been since the breakup of the Soviet Union.
A Sputnik.Polls survey has revealed that 47% of people in the UK, as well as 36% in Germany and 50% in France, believe that immigrants take jobs from local residents.
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