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Reuters

International news and quotation service based in London.

Reuters

a company which collects and disseminates worldwide general news items for press publication and which provides support facilities for the financial markets. See GLOBEX.
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Reuters' news subscriber can download parade footage from Reuters news feed.
Qusini, a press cameraman with Reuters News Agency, was hit with a stone during
Francis Che, spokesman for the peacekeeping mission, told Reuters news agency that "the Burundians responded with live fire and there were two people killed and two wounded among the assailants.
Reuters news agency said at least 1 person died and 20 were injured, while the Associated Press, quoting the airline, said all passengers survived the crash.
We have found 495 bodies so far and there are 13 people missing,'' Reuters news agency quoted Gonaives police commissioner Ernst Dorfeuille as saying Friday.
Speaking during a UN meeting on climate change in Nairobi, Maathai told Reuters News Service, "Anybody can dig a hole, anybody can put a tree in that hole and water it.
The Reuters news agency had reported earlier that the book attracted 50 bids on eBay in late November, topping $1,600 before being removed at HarperCollins's request.
Reuters will provide a Reuters News Center mobile device feature which can be carried by users inside Second Life, enabling them to access links to real-life Reuters news feeds and stories on Second Life's culture and economy.
Take for example the recent dust-up at Reuters news service over doctored photos of the war in Lebanon.
More recently, however, an anonymous source told the Reuters news agency that Arcelor may finally be ready to negotiate with Mittal Steel, which is largely owned by Indian Lakshmi Mittal and his family.
ABC World News Tonight, CNN, Fox News, NBC Nightly News, MSNBC, Reuters News, Bloomberg and Marketwatch were among the national outlets.
Consider the example that John Nolan gave the Reuters news agency to illustrate just one trillion.