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LONDON (Reuters) – Vodafone will remove Huawei technology from the core of its European networks following Britain’s decision to restrict the Chinese company’s role in 5G and new EU guidelines on the firm’s equipment, Chief Executive Nick Read said. Britain last month allowed Huawei a limited role in new mobile networks – defying U.S. pressure
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(Reuters) – Golf’s ruling bodies have said it is time to rein in the increasing distances players are hitting the ball, a trend they assert is detrimental to the game. The ‘Distance Insights Report,’ released jointly by the U.S. Golf Association (USGA) and the Royal & Ancient (R&A) on Tuesday, leaves the door open to
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – When Iranian-born German academic Erfan Kasraie received an email from The Wall Street Journal requesting an interview, he sensed something was amiss. Iranian cybersecurity experts and members of Certfa Nariman Gharib (L) and Amin Sabeti check their messages as they work from their office in London, Britain January 7, 2020. Picture taken
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Feb 5 (OPTA) - Scoreboard at close of play of 1st odi between New Zealand and India on Wednesday at Hamilton, New Zealand New Zealand win by 4 wickets India 1st innings Prithvi Shaw c Tom Latham b Colin de Grandhomme 20 Mayank Agarwal c Tom Blundell b Tim Southee 32 Virat Kohli b Ish
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(Reuters) – Walt Disney Co’s new streaming service Disney+ reached 28.6 million paying subscribers this week, the company said on Tuesday as it reported quarterly earnings that beat Wall Street forecasts. Shares of Disney were flat following the results after bouncing between positive and negative territory. The results showed Disney made a strong entrance into
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PETAH TIKVA, Israel(Reuters) – Intel Corp (INTC.O) is investing heavily in “smart buildings” in Israel that will be full of perks to keep employees happy, helping the U.S. chipmaker compete for the country’s top professionals. Cars drive past U.S. chipmaker Intel Corp’s “smart building” in Petah Tikva, near Tel Aviv, Israel December 15, 2019. REUTERS/Amir
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BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) – A state-run Chinese research institute has applied for a patent on the use of Gilead Sciences’ experimental U.S. antiviral drug, which scientists think could provide treatment for the coronavirus that has killed hundreds and infected thousands. FILE PHOTO: A man wearing a face mask walks in a deserted shopping area in Jiujiang,
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NEW YORK (Reuters) – (Warning: this story contains graphic images.) Jurors in Harvey Weinstein’s New York rape trial were shown naked photographs of the former Hollywood producer on Tuesday over his lawyers’ objections. Witness Jessica Mann arrives at the Manhattan Criminal Court to testify in the trial of Harvey Weinstein in New York, US., February
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BARCELONA (Reuters) – Lionel Messi criticised Barcelona sporting director Eric Abidal on Tuesday for saying many in the squad were not working hard under former coach Ernesto Valverde. FILE PHOTO: Soccer Football – La Liga Santander – FC Barcelona v Levante – Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain – February 2, 2020 Barcelona’s Lionel Messi during the
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HONG KONG/BEIJING (Reuters) – The coronavirus outbreak claimed its first life in Hong Kong on Tuesday, compounding the international financial centre’s problems after anti-government protests, and Macau, the world’s biggest gambling playground, urged casinos to shut their doors. The victim in Hong Kong was a 39-year-old man with an underlying illness who had visited China’s
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DES MOINES, Iowa (Reuters) – The Democratic Party’s effort to choose an election challenger to Donald Trump got off to a chaotic start in Iowa, with officials blaming “inconsistencies” for an indefinite delay in the state’s caucus results and the president gloating over his rivals’ misfortune. Long lines and big crowds were reported in some
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