United Press International


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United Press International

 

(UPI), one of the largest press agencies in the USA. Established in 1958, UPI has its headquarters in New York. It is owned by the Media News Corporation of Nashville, Tenn. The information distributed by UPI is in keeping with the interests of the ruling circles of the USA. More than 1,000 newspapers and 3,000 radio stations in the USA, as well as many foreign information agencies, use UPI material.

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The footage, the legacy of television news agency United Press International Television News (UPITN), covers events from the 1960s and 1970s.
According to United Press International, Iran has expressed its interest in working with the international community at least in some fashion on reconstruction and security efforts in Afghanistan.
The price of crude oil rose to more than USD45 per barrel this morning on the New York Mercantile Exchange, United Press International has reported.
Segarra started her career as a reporter and editor for newspapers and wire services, including United Press International, Accounting Today and WebCPA.com.
Algeria has agreed to provide assistance to Syria with oil and gas exploration through its state company, Sonatrach, UPI (United Press International) reported.
According to United Press International, pilots at British Airways would have to give a week's notice before taking industrial action.
He graduated from Arkansas State Teachers College, studied at the Sorbonne in Paris and, in 1962, joined United Press International.
SHANGHAI, CHINA -- Chinese scientists say they have developed a recycling and recovery technology designed for the disposal of printed circuit boards, according to the United Press International.
According to United Press International, Johnson decided to auction the character's identity in order to help pay his bills.
In previous incarnations, Claude had served as a speechwriter for Bill Clinton, worked with United Press International, and held a host of other duties in the profession, loosely defined.
He yanked out his own pistol and shot Edney in the jaw, said United Press International.
Since 1986 he has lived in Venezuela, where he was editor of United Press International and director of the monthly magazine Question.

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