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After revolutionising software, the open-source movement is threatening to do same to the chip industry.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. State Department removed a National Public Radio reporter from the press pool for Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's upcoming foreign trip, a press association and NPR said on Monday, days after Pompeo angrily responded to another NPR journalist's interview with him.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Kenneth Starr, the lawyer whose investigation led to the impeachment of former U.S. President Bill Clinton in 1998, told the Senate on Monday that the process was happening all too often in what he called an "age of impeachment" as he spoke in defence of his client, President Donald Trump.
The future of employee training involves no embarrassing role-playing in front of new colleagues or boring web modules which take an hour each to click through.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's Senate impeachment trial was overshadowed on Monday by an unpublished manuscript from former national security adviser John Bolton that said Trump wanted to freeze U.S. aid to Ukraine to pressure the country for politically beneficial investigations.
OSWIECIM, Poland/TRONDHEIM, Norway (Reuters) - Edith Notowicz first saw Nazi SS doctor Josef Mengele when she arrived at the Auschwitz extermination camp in May 1944, after several days crammed into a cattle train so packed that by journey's end she and her family had to sit on the dead.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The United Nations is seeking $730 million in humanitarian aid for Afghanistan this year, an increase on 2019 as poverty surges in a country worn down by war and drought, the U.N.'s deputy special representative for Afghanistan said on Monday.
From R. MURALI RAJARATENAM, Kuala Lumpur.
PETALING JAYA: The top three leaders of Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia look set to retain their respective posts of chairman, president and deputy president after they won their division polls uncontested, while incumbent vice-president Tan Sri Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman expressed fears over vote-buying at the party polls.