Press Bureau

Press Bureau

 

(1) A news service operating during such events as conferences, congresses, and sports competitions in order to assist the journalists reporting on these events. It organizes press conferences and issues press releases.

(2) Permanent news agencies attached to the editorial offices of major newspapers, press, and telegraph agencies.

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03BUCKINGHAM Palace press bureau issued a statement that His Royal Highness, Prince Albert, was suffering from an 'obstinate gastric disorder' and he would have to stay in London 'for some weeks' in order to undergo special treatment.
Anyone interested may obtain the relevant documents from the press bureau of the [ystanbul] Chief Public Prosecutor's Office.
Hu Kaihong, deputy director of the Press Bureau of the State Council Information Office, told a news conference Sunday that the search is continuing and authorities are matching the DNA of the victims with blood samples provided by their relatives.
Press Bureau aids at New Scotland Yard were unable to confirm any arrest or court proceedings before Airports International went to press.
Following broadcast of fake news and change of realities on Iran's 10th presidential elections by the BBC, the Press Bureau of the Iranian Culture Ministry issued a statement to expel the BBC correspondent.
NNA - The UNIFIL press bureau announced on Tuesday the following statement: "This afternoon at approximately 14:30 hrs, the Israel Defence Forces confirmed that two IDF soldiers were wounded at an Israeli position in the ShabaA'a area as a result of an improvised explosive device.
apartments in addition to the Associated Press bureau and Doha Center for Media
Sadly, his 6 years 8 months in captivity surpasses the 2,454 days that Terry Anderson, the former Associated Press bureau chief in Beirut, was held from his family.
Tajik Interior Ministry s Press Bureau said, Preparing this document was among the topics discussed during a meeting between the Iranian interior ministry delegation presided by Taha Taheri and Tajik interior ministry officials presided by Interior Minister Ramazan Rahimov.
CCBF, jointly launched by the Shanghai News and Press Bureau, CEPMG, China Universal Press & Publishing Co.
During a press conference at the Foreign Press Bureau in Rome, Kyenge, who has lived in Italy for thirty years, asserted that she is not afraid.
Other speakers include famed Appalachian region photographer Tim Barnwell; Associated Press bureau chief Michelle Williams; creativity and brainstorming expert Tim Earnhardt; media relations specialist and former TV anchorwoman Heather Orne and "social media virtuoso" Megan McKoy-Noe of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association.