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Newsweek

 

a weekly US magazine; founded in 1933. Newsweek is published in New York; it also publishes international editions in various countries. The magazine publishes articles and other materials on political and socioeconomic topics. Circulation, 2.9 million (1976).

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Here are the potted hightlights - if you can call them that - of her latest PR disaster, launched in a slack news week when all the attention was on the door of No10: ?
It has been a quieter trading and news week so far, as many traders and investors are out during the holiday season.
Achievements: AaAeAeAeAaAaAeA AaAaAeAa1970: She was announced by News Week magaz be "the most marketable woman since Coco Chanel.
Well, is it just me or does the average news week now feel more like a year used to?
It has been an absolute banger of a news week for Destiny 2 .
30pm This panel show - think of it as Have I Got Made-Up News For You - first appeared as part of Channel 4's Fake News Week and is back for a full series.
PADDY SHENNAN ECHO WRITER FOR a great many people across Merseyside, this has not been the definition of a good news week (any Donald Trump fans out there?
KEITH VAZ THE Labour MP has been centre of a serious news week thanks to allegatiowith rent boys.
Last week was a big news week for the Internet of Things (IoT).
It was a bit odd having one after the other coming in with their good news week after week, but we were thrilled for them.
LAST week was a bad news week for jobs in south-east Wales.