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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Dar Fatwa Press Bureau stressed that all news related to the Mufti are either proclaimed directly by the Mufti or through his Media Office.
In an emailed response to questions, the press bureau of Sukleen and Sukomi explained the company relinquished responsibility for several sites it formerly managed on December 31, 2016.
Hizbullah's press bureau wishes to clarify that what was published Wednesday in the As-Safir newspaper did not appear in the text delivered by the deputy secretary-general of Hizbullah," the group said in a statement quoted by the news agency.
The companies' press bureau said that protesting workers have formed a committee to hold talks with waste contractors over their demands.
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Anyone interested may obtain the relevant documents from the press bureau of the [ystanbul] Chief Public Prosecutor's Office.
While in the US in 1925 for the Women's International League for Peace, she met Antonio Escoda, a reporter from Philippine Press Bureau and they later got married.
In 81 Days Below Zero author Brian Murphy, a Washington Post journalist and former war correspondent and Associated Press bureau chief, delivers what his book's subtitle promises.
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.
Aside from Carter, also a Nobel Peace Prize winner, the other NAM awardees this year include the following: the late Sandra Burton, former Hong Kong bureau chief of Time Magazine; Arnold Zeitlin, exAssociated Press bureau chief and foreign correspondent; Vice President Jejomar Binay; the late educator Alejandro Roces; Martial Law activist Fernando Martin PeAa; lawyer Charito Planas; and the group International Lawyers Committee for Human Rights.