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Definition of Newsweekly
1. [n -LIES]
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Literary usage of Newsweekly
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1. Hostage to Revolution: Gorbachev and Soviet Security Policy, 1985-1991 by Coit D. Blacker (1993)
"... judging by the response in the Soviet press to an analysis to that effect offered by Yazov, which appeared in the US newsweekly, US News and World ..."
2. War Without Quarter: Colombia and International Humanitarian Law by Human Rights Watch (Organization), Human Rights Watch (Organization (1998)
"... stated in an interview with the newsweekly Semana, the Pepes supplied information to the authorities and attacked Escobar associates and lands, ..."
3. State of War: Political Violence and Counterinsurgency in Colombia by Cynthia Arnson, Robin Kirk (1993)
"In a release sent to a television station, guerrillas said Colmenares was murdered for disagreeing with them.151 According to the newsweekly Semana, ..."
4. The Struggle for Land in Brazil: Rural Violence Continues by Jemera Rone (1992)
"... promised to settle 400000 families on approximately eighteen million hectares (an area that the newsweekly Veja pointed out was almost as large as ..."
5. Human Rights Watch World Report 2000 by Human Rights Watch (Organization), Human Rights Watch Staff, Human Rights Watch (1999)
"... was arrested in December 1997 at the offices of The Diet, an independent newsweekly where he worked as an editor. Convicted of "information gathering" ..."