RT is an international TV network. RT headquarter is located in Moscow, Russia. It has offices all over the world and covers news in English, Russian, Spanish, Arabic, French and German. The primary English Channel was launched in 2005.
RT has visited the liberated Golan Heights to witness the abandoned UN infrastructure now to be restored by the returning peacekeeping force. The crew also filmed numerous refugees returning to Syria through the Lebanese border.
RT’s special reports about the humanitarian crisis in the Iraqi city of Mosul has netted the network its sixth International Emmy Awards nomination, earning recognition for a story that went largely ignored in western media.
In a talk with RT, White Helmets’ boss vehemently denied any links to terrorists, instead employing controversy theories to blame forces "linked" to Syria and Russia for attempts to ruin reputation of his controversial group.
The head of the largest journalist organization in Europe told RT that Belgium doesn’t respect the basic rules on access to information, blasting nation’s decision to charge the press with ‘security fees’ at the EU events.
The winners of RT's special award for best reporting from a war zone, set up in memory of RT Arabic contributor Khaled Alkhateb, were announced on Monday, marking one year since the journalist was killed in terrorist shelling.