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Obituary: Christine Tierney

Sunday 24 June 2018

Christine Tierney (photo), a Reuters correspondent in the 1990s, died of a severe form of Parkinson's disease in Washington on 18 June at the age of 60.

Pope urges press freedom, cites case of jailed Reuters reporters

Wednesday 20 June 2018

Pope Francis (photo) appealed for greater press freedom around the world, citing the case of two Reuters journalists jailed in Myanmar on accusations of possessing secret documents.

Microsoft staff demand end to US Border Patrol contract

Wednesday 20 June 2018

Microsoft employees have called on the company to stop working with US immigration enforcers because of the Trump administration's policy of separating migrant children from their parents at the Mexican border.

ICE contract does no harm to Reuters - Principles trustees

Tuesday 19 June 2018

The guardians of the Thomson Reuters Trust Principles are satisfied that the editorial independence of Reuters is unaffected by a Thomson Reuters contract to track illegal aliens in the United States.

EU regulators to rule on Blackstone deal by 20 July

Monday 18 June 2018

EU antitrust regulators will decide by 20 July whether to clear Blackstone''s $20 billion acquisition of a majority stake in Thomson Reuters' financial and risk business, a filing on the EU competition watchdog's website showed on Monday.

The Reuter Society

The Reuter Society is a social network for former employees of Reuters or Thomson Reuters. The original Society was founded as a London-based club in 1990. The Reuter Society of America was launched in New York in 2014.

Haunts

Nostalgic recollections of some of the favourite places where Reuters people liked to gather - in Beirut, Hong Kong, Johannesburg, Kabul, London, New York, Nicosia, Paris, Saigon and Washington.