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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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BAGHDAD (NINA) - US President Donald Trump said the door is open to the possibility of meeting with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, revealing: "Iran wants to negotiate." Reuters news agency quoted US President Donald Trump as saying on Wednesday that the door is open to the possibility of meeting with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani at upcoming UN General Assembly meetings.
The 30-year agreement for Reuters news signed in 2018 with Refinitiv will continue if ownership of Refinitiv changes, Thomson Reuters noted.
Reuters News 30-year agreement signed last year with Refinitiv will continue if ownership of Refinitiv changes.
WASHINGTON, May 7 (KUNA) -- US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo welcomed Tuesday the release of the two journalists working for the Reuters news agency in Myanmar.
"We can confirm that the US authorities have revoked the prosecutor's visa for entry into the US," Bensouda's office told Reuters news agency in an email.
Reuters News service amounts to only about 6 percent of Thomson Reuters' sales revenue, but the company insists it is still a vital art of the business.
"No Turkish media mentioned the Reuters news regarding Khashoggi.
Chairman Ali Rashid Lootah told Reuters news agency that Nakheel - which this month announced its first retail project in Sharjah - was in talks with emirates about retail opportunities outside of Dubai.
KARACHI -- SZABIST (Karachi) hosted a four member US media delegation; Carlo Munoz (The Washington Times), Bennet Seftel (The Cipher Brief), Kay Johnson (Reuters News), and Kristina Wong (ABC News, Washington D.C.) at its campus.
The arrests were "not because of Reuters news. The investigation was being conducted even before Reuters news," Zaw Htay said, adding that he was unable to specify what action would be taken against the 16 people.
Further, the company mentioned that Reuters News will continue as a part of Thomson Reuters and the new F&R will sign a 30-year contract for the exclusive rights to distribute Reuters News through all F&R products.
According to the Reuters news agency, Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said "this sort of incident creates anxiety not only among those involved with the school but the people of Okinawa and should never happen."