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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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The Polish magazine Newsweek Polska said that if Syriza party forms the next government this could trigger the return of the crisis in the EU.
Jan Tomaszewski was "a voluntary consultant" who had been "acquired" on July 28 1986 under the code name "Alex", according to alleged secret police documents from the same year printed in Newsweek Polska magazine.
Bagis briefed representatives of newspapers, magazines and tv channels including Gazeta Wyborcza, Newsweek Polska, Polsat News, TVN24 and Fundocja Unia&Polska on Turkey's EU negotiation process and asked them to continue to support Turkey's EU bid.
Newsweek Polska, launched in 2001, is published through a licensing agreement with Axel Springer Polska.
Newsweek Polska, launched in 2001 is published through a licensing agreement with Axel Springer Polska.
Newsweek Polska, launched in 2001, has a circulation of 160,000 and is published through a licensing agreement with Axel Springer Polska.
On June 6, 2000, Newsweek International launched Newsweek In Arabic (Newsweek Bil Logha Al-Arabia), and later in 2000, Newsweek Polska was published and is distributed throughout Poland.
Newsweek Polska, previously the most recent foreign-language edition launched by Newsweek, has been published since 2001 in partnership with Axel Springer and quickly became Poland's largest newsweekly with a circulation of 262,000.
This fall Newsweek will launch its fifth non-English language edition, Newsweek Polska.