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reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo - who had worked on Reuters coverage of the crisis in Rakhine - were arrested on Dec. 12 in Yangon. The Ministry of Information said they had "illegally acquired information with the intention to share it with foreign media". They face up to 14 years in prison under the ...
Reuters Pictures is offering up to eight grants each worth $5000USD in a new award promoting emerging photojournalists. Both professionals ...

Houston, Sept 2 (Reuters) - President Donald Trump visited a relief center in Houston on Saturday to meet with victims of Harvey, the ...
The death toll from massive mudslides in Sierra Leone's capital was certain to rise Tuesday as bodies washed up on a beach and workers ...
Amazon is seeking to partner with U.S. venue owners to sell event tickets, four sources have told Reuters, a move that could loosen ...
WASHINGTON, Aug 2 (Reuters) - A ban on travel by U.S. passport holders to North Korea will take effect on Sept. 1 and Americans in the ...

London - A High Court judge has blocked Reuters from publishing an article about the hedge fund manager Brevan Howard Asset Management, citing the confidential nature of information at issue in the story.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. government took the legal battle over President Donald Trump's travel ban to a higher court on Friday, saying it would appeal against a federal judge's decision that struck down parts of the ban on the day it was set to go ...
President Donald Trump on Thursday spoke favorably about an export-boosting border adjustment tax proposal being pushed by Republicans in the U.S.
EAST OF Mosul, Iraq (Reuters) - Iraqi forces will resume their push against Islamic State inside Mosul in the coming days, a U.S.
WASHINGTON - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's transition team has asked two Cabinet departments for the names of government officials working on programs to counter violent extremism, according to a document seen by Reuters and U.S. officials.
Late last week, Reuters reported that several top executives from BMW would be skipping the Paris Motor Show to figure out how the company will proceed in its electric car strategy.
Fed to Raise Rates This Year: Reuters Poll. Published August 11, 2016 The Fed Reuters. facebook; twitter; Print. The U.S.
Iowa City-based ACT Inc. is reportedly laying off its head of test security and will conduct an extensive audit of education centers as a result of an investigation into widespread cheating allegations, according to the latest report published ...
Forecasts for a rate rise this year have already been pushed back three times since January, when a Reuters poll predicted one would come no later than March.
WASHINGTON Bahrain's plan to try an activist for tweets condemning the gulf Arab kingdom's prison system and involvement in the war in Yemen is worrisome to the United States, the U.S.
Mexico City (Reuters) - A 5.7 magnitude earthquake hit Mexico's southern state of Oaxaca on Monday, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) said, shaking buildings as far away as Mexico City, but officials reported there were no immediate damages.

London Betting odds on a British vote to exit the European Union narrowed on Saturday after an opinion poll gave the "Leave" camp a double-digit lead over "Remain.
BERLIN (Reuters) - The German government will recommend that the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) rescue fund releases the next tranche of aid to Greece, according to a letter from Deputy finance Minister Jens Spahn to the budget committee seen ...
(Reuters) - Global oversupply in crude oil is likely to limit price gains this year despite a series of unplanned outages and shrinking U.S.
ROME An Italian marine who Indian prosecutors accuse of murdering two fishermen during an anti-piracy mission returned home on Saturday after four years in custody in New Delhi.
Buenos Aires Fifteen ex-military officials were found guilty by an Argentine court on Friday of conspiring to kidnap and assassinate leftist dissidents as part of the Operation Condor program.
No new radio signal has been received from an EgyptAir jet since the day it crashed in the Mediterranean Sea last week, sources close to the investigation told Reuters on Friday. Media reports on Thursday suggested that a new signal had allowed ...
In "Stop the Polling Insanity" (Op-Ed, May 20), Norman Ornstein and Alan I. Abramowitz cited the Reuters/Ipsos poll as Exhibit A in an indictment of "cringeworthy" polling-based articles.
Colombo (Reuters) - Britain has granted refugee status to Mohamed Nasheed, the former president of the Maldives who was jailed in 2015 after a trial that drew international criticism, his lawyer said on Monday.
In a wide-ranging interview with Reuters Thursday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, 44, said he did not see a point at which the government would walk away from talks with Bombardier Inc because aerospace jobs were exactly the kind of future Canada wants.
Baghdad An Islamic State attack on a state-run gas plant in Baghdad's northern outskirts on Sunday killed at least 11 people, including policemen, and forced two power stations it supplied to suspend electricity production.
Kabul Thousands of members of Afghanistan's Hazara minority are expected to join protests in Kabul on Monday over a multi-million-dollar power line development that risks becoming a major political battleground for the government.
According to a recently released Thomson Reuters report, China is the global leader of pharmaceutical innovation. The country is successful, Thomson Reuters believes, because it has fostered a healthy mix of partnerships, PhaRMA industry innovation and ...
Dubai The death toll in a suicide bombing claimed by Islamic State targeting new recruits at a security compound in Yemen's Mukalla on Sunday has risen to 25, local medical and security sources said.
Reuters witnesses saw a young man's body lying on the pavement near an overturned car as a forensic expert bent over it.
police declined to provide further details about the insult when contacted by Reuters, saying an investigation had been launched.
police told Reuters the SWIFT messaging system was "widely accessible, including remote access with only a simple password," partly because technicians left open a wireless connection they had established just for the project, after the job was finished.
The Bank of Thailand on Wednesday is expected to leave its already-low policy rate where it has been for more than a year. In a Reuters poll, 20 of 21 Economists forecast the Monetary Policy Committee will leave the one-day repurchase rate unchanged at ...
Higher food and fuel prices probably nudged India's annual inflation up to 5.0 percent in April from 4.83 percent in March, according to a Reuters poll, making it harder for the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to follow up last month's interest rate cut ...
Fort McMurray, Alberta Canadian officials on Monday got their first glimpse of the oil sands boomtown of Fort McMurray since a wildfire erupted and saw a "heartbreaking" number of destroyed homes but a largely intact downtown business area.
GREGOIRE LAKE, Alberta A wildfire ripping through Canada's oil sands region was set to grow rapidly on Sunday but move further away from heavily populated areas, a fire official said.
A faction of the Pakistani Taliban, the Hakeemullah group, claimed responsibility for the attack in a phone call to Reuters, saying Zaki had been targeted for his stance against radical cleric Abdul Aziz. The police could not verify the Hakeemullah ...
Amman Syrian warplanes attacked Islamist militants near the northern city of Aleppo on Sunday, both sides said, as the government tried to push back a insurgent advance in the area.
manILA The Philippines' presidential race paused after weeks of campaigning that was embittered by the emergence of tough-talking mayor Rodrigo Duterte as the clear front-runner in opinion polls, making him the man to beat in Monday's vote.
Istanbul Turkish police detained two more suspects on Saturday over the attempted shooting of a prominent Turkish journalist as he waited outside an Istanbul courthouse for a verdict in his trial.
analysts polled by Reuters had expected exports to fall by 0.1 percent, and predicted imports would fall by 5.0 percent. (Reporting by Kevin Yao; Editing by Christian Schmollinger).
(Reuters) - speculators increased bets against the U.S. dollar for the third straight week, taking the most net dollar short bets this week since Feb. 5, 2013, on expectations the U.S.
Thousands of Egyptian journalists called on Wednesday for the presidency to dismiss the interior minister and apologise for a police raid on the press syndicate and arrest of two opposition reporters, witnesses said.
BENGALURU (Reuters) - The outlook for major Asian currencies has stayed remarkably stable, according to a Reuters poll of strategists, despite the Japanese yen's explosive rally and with forecasts hinging on U.S.
BRASILIA A government led by Brazilian Vice President Michel Temer would press ahead with the country's corruption fight by strengthening anti-graft institutions and enacting tougher controls over state-run companies, according to a document seen by ...
Yahoo has shortlisted close to 10 bidders in the auction for its core Internet assets, including Verizon Communications, with most offers involving cash rather than a combination with another company, according to people familiar with the matter.
NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with Matthias Williams, chief Ukraine correspondent for Reuters, about what Chernobyl is like today 30 years after the nuclear power plant exploded.
"I've gone from hoping this would happen to thinking it might happen to knowing it will happen," Chris Urmson, the 39-year-old Canadian who's director of Google's driverless-car program, told Reuters in an interview. Other companies, ranging from ...
Boston (Reuters) - Individual investors are angry about CEO pay, and they want their mutual fund firms to do something about it.


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