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Reuters, part of Thomson Reuters, describes itself as "the world's largest international multimedia news agency, providing investing news, world news, business news, technology news, headline news, small business news, news alerts, personal finance, stock market, and mutual funds information."[1]

Left-wing bias

Reuters withdrew the initial attempt by the Zelensky regime to create another false narrative about alleged Russian massacres.[2]

Left-wing Media Bias Fact Check has called Reuters "minimally" or "least biased" while also citing articles that confirm a high level of bias in Reuters' content.[3] A Reuters article headline stated, "Oregon right-wingers clash with anti-fascists at march in Portland,"[4] misrepresenting the two political activist groups - Portland's "anti-fascists" are widely known among conservatives to be radical leftists and supporters of violence.[5] Reuters' neglect of neutral reporting, which ought to respect both political perspectives, in its own headline demonstrates its high level of bias.

Reuters used Covid-19 as an excuse for the totalitarian government of Cuba to squash democracy prtoests.[6]

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