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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian journalists have launched a petition demanding treason allegations against a former reporter be made public, fearing the case is bogus and that media are being increasingly persecuted.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador meets with his U.S. counterpart, Donald Trump, for the first time on Wednesday, in a potentially awkward encounter that has drawn flak from some U.S. Democrats unhappy it is coming so close to the presidential election.
(Reuters) - One of the patriarchs of jazz, Libya's rebel prime minister and the Chinese doctor reprimanded for issuing an early warning about the novel coronavirus - they are among the more than half a million people who have died from COVID-19.
SOME top advisers to President Donald Trump want the U.S. to undermine the Hong Kong dollar’s peg to the U.S. dollar as the administration considers options to punish China for recent moves to chip away at the former British colony’s political freedoms, according to people familiar with the matter.
Clearview AI has said it would no longer offer its facial recognition services in Canada, the country's privacy commissioner announced on Monday, in response to an ongoing investigation into the company by provincial and federal privacy authorities.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): China warned on Monday (July 6) that it reserves the right to take additional action in response to a package of measures announced by Canada to interfere in Hong Kong affairs, saying that Ottawa will bear all the consequences.
Report from Institute of Automation says the technology can spot dangers on sites and determine what workers are doing. AI can be used to send alerts when it spots somebody engaged in risky behaviour.
(Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The world of tournament Scrabble is split over whether to remove racial and anti-LGBT+ slurs from official dictionaries, as governing bodies debate the rules in light of the global Black Lives Matter protests.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will not attend talks in Washington this week to mark the start of a new North American trade deal, Mexico's president said, adding that the two leaders will instead talk by telephone later on Monday morning.
FOR students who are about to embark upon tertiary education during these difficult times, the prospect of entering a world that is still coming to grips with the effects of the recent pandemic is uncertain, if not worrying, at best.