The Thomson Reuters Foundation's feature story "Forget Davos; Dandora holds the key to inequality - activists" published on January 24, 2018 was republished extensively by Kenyan media outlets and shared widely by local activists.
From exposing the lives of sex traffickers in Mexico to interviewing Kung Fu nuns teaching women how to fend of sex attackers in India, the editorial team at the Thomson Reuters Foundation has had an interesting, varied and highly lauded year in 2017.
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The Thomson Reuters Foundation has today withdrawn the story “Out of the shadows: New York immigrants fear raids as city retains ID card records” after it was brought to editors’ attention that certain phrases in the story resembled those used in a story by Frank G. Runyeon in the ‘City and State’ publication.
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