17:11 GMT 15.09.2014
10:28 GMT 14.09.2014
The First Minister of Scotland and leader of the pro-Scottish independence campaign, Alex Salmond, has spoken out publicly for the first time about the issue of bias in the BBC's referendum coverage.
16:23 GMT 13.09.2014
BBC's anti-Scottish independence bias has increased, John Robertson, a Professor in Media Studies at the University of the West of Scotland told RIA Novosti on Saturday.
12:15 GMT 12.09.2014
As the European Union has imposed a new round of sanctions against Russia over Ukraine, first analyses on the future repercussions appear in the Western media with some praising Europe's US-backed decision and others cautioning against the negative effects of sanctions to western economies, and underlining Russia's re-orientation to the East and Ukraine's to the West.
15:49 GMT 11.09.2014
15:08 GMT 03.09.2014Photo8
Russian photojournalist Andrei Stenin went missing in Ukraine on August, 5. His fate was unclear until the very end. Ukrainian mediators proposed Rossiya Segodnya to negotiate swapping missing photojournalist Andrei Stenin for someone else, implying that he was still alive. He died approximately a month ago, when his car came under fire near Donetsk in eastern Ukraine.
13:34 GMT 03.09.2014
MOSCOW, September 3 (RIA Novosti) - The news of Andrei Stenin's death has evidently exposed the dishonesty and hypocrisy of Kiev's authorities, which had proposed to swap the photojournalist from International Information News Agency Rossiya Segodnya for someone else while his charred body remained lost along the side of a highway after he was killed by the Ukrainian military in the beginning of August.
13:30 GMT 03.09.2014
A farewell ceremony for Rossiya Segodnya photojournalist Andrei Stenin will be held on September 5 in the agency’s building, Director General Dmitry Kiselev said Wednesday.
08:00 GMT 03.09.2014
Chats, twits, likes, selfies, elevator looks, checking-in, posts and reposts, all these words can be combined into one simple term – social media. In this edition of “Looking Forward” hosts Marina Dzhashi and a prominent Russian writer Victor Erofeyev are talking about what is this phenomenon all about and why are we so addicted to it.
10:45 GMT 01.09.2014
Russia expects Ukraine to take steps to facilitate the return of International Information Agency Rossiya Segodnya photojournalist Andrei Stenin and hopes for a positive outcome of the situation, Konstantin Dolgov, the Russian Foreign Ministry’s special representative for human rights, said Monday.
11:19 GMT 29.08.2014
08:38 GMT 29.08.2014
Russian photojournalist Andrei Stenin (#freeAndrew), allegedly detained by Kiev armed forces, is still missing in Ukraine, with a number of other media workers beeing arrested and maltreated by the Ukrainian authorities, according to a UN report released on Friday.
14:20 GMT 28.08.2014
18:32 GMT 27.08.2014
The West is trying to turn the Russian humanitarian aid convoy “… into a duplicitous dangerous act because it would better fit with the kind of scenario that they have been putting forth about Russia being a predator or being the provocateur,” says prominent US political analyst Michael Parenti in an interview with Radio VR.