The correspondent of RIA Novosti Oleg Ivanov came under tear gas that the police of Serbia used to disperse protesters in the center of Belgrade.
Protesters gathered outside the Parliament building. From the crowd, the police flew stones, bottles and firecrackers. The police used tear gas. The dose received by both journalists and protesters, and police. As the correspondent of RIA Novosti, now it feels OK.
Correspondents of RIA Novosti congratulated with the 75th anniversary of the Victory of U.S. President Donald trump, sending a postcard to the White house from the international press center of the celebration of the anniversary of the Victory in the great Patriotic war.
International press centre, you can send a special postcard to anywhere in the world. Interviewed by RIA Novosti journalists told to send postcards to parents themselves at home, to friends and colleagues abroad, and some just carry them with me in memory.
A policeman, injured on Tuesday in Washington a producer Sputnik Nicole Russell, who was covering protests at the White house, shot her to kill, told RIA Novosti the General Director of MIA "Russia today" Dmitry Kiselev, called to investigate each case of lawlessness on the part of the American authorities against the representatives of the press.
"Producer Sputnik Nicole Russell told how it was with her: police sighting shot in her defeat, after she showed him the press card and shouted that she was press, after it, removing the riots at the White house, fell and got up. Still shot. Even the rule "lying is not beaten" is not valid for the American police. Of course, he will remain unpunished, and again fired at the journalist. We were lucky that Nicole is alive, a rubber bullet to defeat close range and can kill," – said Kiselev.
Chief editor MIA "Russia today" Margarita Simonyan has not ruled out filing a lawsuit against the American policemen who attacked the journalists of the Agency.
On Sunday, police sprayed pepper gas in the face of the correspondent of RIA Novosti, Mikhail Turgiev when he was covering the riots in Minneapolis.
The RIA Novosti correspondent Mikhail Turgiev that the Minneapolis police sprayed pepper spray in the face, said he feels fine.
"All right, the burning was gone, eyesight was not injured," he said.
MIA "Russia today" demands from US authorities investigate the actions of the police using tear gas against the correspondent of RIA Novosti.
Last night in Minneapolis, the police deliberately fired tear gas against the correspondent of RIA Novosti in USA Michael Turgiev, despite the fact that he showed them the certificate of the press representative.