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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Monday said it would open a $1.9 billion program to reimburse mostly rural U.S. telecom carriers for removing network equipment made by Chinese companies deemed national security threats like Huawei and ZTE Corp.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's antitrust watchdog has agreed to Google's request to keep confidential some information the company provided during an investigation into its business, though the regulator denied allegations it leaked a report on the probe to the media, a judge said on Monday.
Emails show that scientists at the Galveston National Laboratory repeatedly urged their counterparts to share the virus in early 2020 to speed up vital researchDespite a warning that China ‘would face heavy criticism’ if the process stalled, the Americans hit a bureaucratic wall
Hong Kong making broadcast bid for 2022 Asian Games, Carrie Lam says, with Paris Olympics likely next in line
Move to land TV rights for next year’s Games in Hangzhou follows city’s unprecedented purchase of Tokyo Olympics rights in MayBut dismay over funding issues expressed by local athletes dampens chief executive’s weekend trip to Shaanxi province for 14th National Games
Australia would be the only non-nuclear state with highly enriched uranium-powered submarines, something China fears will undermine regional stabilityThe fuel used to power the submarines could be used to build nuclear weapons — so how it is handled will be key to gauging the allies’ intentions
(Reuters) - Companies are struggling to recreate the serendipity of office interactions as many teams continue to work remotely due to the pandemic, but they could soon have a new option to try close the gap.
Ten people have been arrested in India for planning to cheat in fiercely competitive teaching exams using Bluetooth devices concealed in their flip-flops, police said.
(Reuters) - Instagram has hit pause on a new app it is creating for kids, the photo-sharing service owned by Facebook Inc said on Monday, in a move that comes amid growing opposition for the project.
Female Hong Kong police officer charged with 12 counts of assault for allegedly beating domestic helper
Police reveal the officer was suspended from duty after her arrest in JulySource says the alleged assaults took place in a housing estate with flats set aside for police officers
LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) -Alphabet unit Google on Monday blasted EU antitrust regulators for ignoring rival Apple as it launched a bid to get Europe's second-highest court to annul a record 4.34-billion euro ($5.1 billion) fine related to its Android operating system.