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We invite you to use Reuters RSS feeds to add Reuters definitive news and video headlines to your feed reader or blog, free of charge, for individual, non-commercial use.
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Senegal
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Tanzania
Togo
Tunisia
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Western Sahara
Zambia
Zimbabwe
WHAT ARE FEEDS? WHAT IS RSS?
A feed delivers regularly updated summaries of web content, including headlines that link to full versions of that content. When you subscribe to a feed using a feed reader, you'll be able to quickly see summaries of new information in one place. RSS (“Really Simple Syndication”) is a widely-supported format for feeds.
HOW DO I USE FEEDS?
To subscribe to Reuters RSS feeds, you will need a feed reader (or "news aggregator"). Feed readers allow you to subscribe to and view many feeds. By automatically retrieving updates, they can help you stay current with new stories soon after they are published.
Different feed readers are available, many for free. Some are applications that you download and install. Others are web-based and work inside your browser.
To subscribe to Reuters feeds in your feed reader, right-click on one of the feeds and select "Copy Shortcut" or "Copy Link Location." Follow the instructions for your particular feed reader to paste this location (URL) where it asks for the URL of the feed you wish to subscribe to.
The latest versions of popular web browsers also support feeds directly. In these browsers you can simply click on the feed link to view or subscribe to it. Note: You will need a feed reader or current browser to subscribe to feeds. If you click on a feed link in an old browser, it may display unfriendly, unformatted code.
WHAT ARE THE TERMS OF USE?
Reuters offers RSS as a free service to any individual user or non-profit organization, subject to the following terms and conditions:
Use will be for non-commercial purposes.
Use is limited to platforms in which a functional link is made available allowing immediate display of the full article or video on the Reuters.com platform, as specified in the feed.
Use is accompanied by proper attribution to Reuters as the source.
By accessing our RSS service you are indicating your understanding and agreement that you will not use Reuters RSS in contravention of the above conditions. Reuters reserves the right to discontinue this service at any time and further reserves the right to request the immediate cessation of any specific use of its RSS service.
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