||This handbook is designed to provide advice and guidance on fact-based reporting for journalists whenever they need it.
The manual was drawn from the wide experiences of Reuters' journalists.
It is not intended to be a complete guide to all journalists everywhere, recognising that conditions under which the media operate vary widely from country to country.
It is hoped that the handbook offers examples of the practices journalists at Reuters have followed in the course of the news agency's 150-year old history.
From the range and menu of choices, readers are invited to select any section they find useful and relevant to their interest and field of work.