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Reuters

[roi-terz] /ˈrɔɪ tərz/
noun
1.
a publicly owned international news and information company established in London, 1851.
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n.

news service begun in London 1851 by Baron Paul Julius von Reuter (1816-1899), founder of a telegraph office and pigeon post bureau in Aachen in 1849.

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