FILE PHOTO: A Nokia sign is seen at the company’s headquarters in Espoo, Finland, May 5, 2017. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins/File Photo (Reuters) – Finnish telecom equipment maker Nokia said on Tuesday it would collaborate with Microsoft in the open source network operating system SONiC, which is used in the data centres of some of the largest
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KABUL (Reuters) – Gunmen attacked a hospital in the Afghan capital, Kabul, on Tuesday where the international humanitarian organisation Doctors Without Borders runs a maternity clinic, killing at least eight people, officials said. Afghan women sit in an ambulance after being rescued by security forces during an attack and gunfire at a hospital in Kabul,
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May 12 (Reuters) – ON THIS DAY — MAY 13 May 13, 1998 SOCCER – Chelsea’s Gianfranco Zola celebrates after scoring the winner in the European Cup Winners’ Cup final against VfB Stuttgart at the Rasunda Stadium in Stockholm. Chelsea skipper Dennis Wise played Zola through with a ball over the top and the Italian’s
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FILE PHOTO: Japanese writer Haruki Murakami, laureate of Hans Christian Andersen Literature Award 2016, is seen outside H. C. Andersen’s house in Odense, Denmark October 30, 2016. Scanpix Denmark/Henning Bagger/via REUTERS TOKYO (Reuters) – Haruki Murakami, one of Japan’s most acclaimed novelists, will host a radio special to try to lift the nation’s spirits as
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People in protective masks, who are affected by the government’s measures against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) queue to grab free foods in a food pantry installed by people who want to donate at a community in Bangkok, Thailand, May 11, 2020. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thailand on Tuesday reported two new coronavirus cases and
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PARIS (Reuters) – France tiptoed out of its strict coronavirus lockdown on Monday, allowing non-essential shops, factories and other businesses to reopen for the first time in eight weeks to help resuscitate the economy despite the risk of a second wave of infections. With the world’s fifth highest official death toll, France is also reopening
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PRAGUE (Reuters) – Thirsty Czechs were allowed to return to beer gardens on Monday in one of the government’s most eagerly anticipated measures to relax coronavirus restrictions. People take a selfie picture with their beers at an outdoor seating section of a pub, as the Czech government lifted more restrictions allowing restaurants with outdoor areas
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