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news agency

noun as in press service

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A top comment under state-run news agency Xinhua’s post about the new policy simply said “Bah!”

From Quartz

Later, the news agencies revealed a suspicious real estate transaction that connected Singh and one of the PG&E employees.

“We have a real problem here where we have criminalized an entire generation of South Dakotans, and we’re paying a price,” Johnson, of South Dakotans for Better Marijuana Laws, told the news agency.

Decision Desk is relatively new, but they join news agencies like the Associated Press and broadcast services like NBC News and CNN in projecting presidential election winners on a state-by-state basis, before all the votes are in.

From Vox

You may have seen the news agency call races when polls close—those were likely blowouts.

The Internet news agency compiled a list of all the mistakes in the broadcast by Channel 1.

At the same time, the Tasnim news agency, run by the IRGC, reported that ISIS is sending propaganda via text message inside Iran.

The Xinhua News Agency and pro-Beijing groups in Hong Kong say that PopVote is illegal and invalid.

"Since 13 years, my daughters Sahar, Maha, Hala and Jawaher are being held captive," AlFayez told news agency AFP.

RT was founded by the Russian state owned news agency RIA Novosti, which has been around since the days of the Soviet Union.

Newness of information is no necessity of conversation: else were the Central News Agency the best of talkers.

At first it seemed so much easier to distrust a News Agency than to accept Stevenson's loss.

There were only four of us; two specials,—Wallis and myself,—a news-agency reporter, and a local man.

A centenarian in the Shetlands, says a news agency, has never heard of Mr. Lloyd George.

Fellow from the Interplanetary News Agency wants you to broadcast a copyrighted story.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to news agency, such as: news service, press agency, wire service, ap, press association, and reuters.

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