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Stars and Stripes (is an American military newspaper that focuses and reports on matters concerning the members of the United States Armed Forces. It operates from inside the Department of Defense, but is editorially separate from it, and its First Amendment protection is safeguarded by the United States Congress, to whom an independent ombudsman, who serves the readers' interests, regularly reports. As well as a website, Stars and Stripes publishes four daily print editions for the military service members serving overseas; these European, Middle Eastern, Japanese, and South Korean editions are also available as free downloads in electronic format, and there are also seven digital editions. The newspaper has its headquarters in Washington, D.C)
Calling it a night...................................
Tribune is a democratic socialist political magazine founded in 1937 and published in London, initially as a newspaper then converting to a magazine in 2001. While it is independent, it has usually supported the Labour Party from the left.
Underground Press (The terms underground press or clandestine press refer to periodicals and publications that are produced without official approval, illegally or against the wishes of a dominant group. In specific recent Asian, American and Western European context, the term "underground press" has most frequently been employed to refer to the independently published and distributed underground papers associated with the counterculture of the late 1960s and early 1970s in India and Bangladesh in Asia, in the United States and Canada in North America, and the United Kingdom and other western nations. It can also refer to the newspapers produced independently in repressive regimes. In German occupied Europe, for example, a thriving underground press operated, usually in association with the Resistance. Other notable examples include the samizdat and bibula, which operated in the Soviet Union and Poland respectively, during the Cold War)
Vietnam Accord Is Reached; Cease-Fire Begins Saturday ...
Wall St. Lays An Egg (describes a headline printed in Variety, a newspaper covering Hollywood and the entertainment industry, on October 30, 1929, over an article describing Black Tuesday, the height of the panic known as the Wall Street Crash of 1929. It is one of the most famous headlines ever to appear in an American publication and continues to be noted in history books into the 21st century)
Taking a break..........................
Xinhua Daily - was the first public newspaper published in the People's Republic of China by the Communist Party of China. It is owned by the Jiangsu Committee of the Communist Party of China. On November 1, 1938, it was established in Wuhan by revolutionaries such as Zhou Enlai. On February 28, 1947 the publication of the Xin Hua Daily was forbidden by Kuomintang. Later, on April 23, 1949 Xin Hua Daily began publication with official support. The newspaper reports economic, social and political events in Jiangsu province. Currently, the total circulation is 470,000.
The yellow pages are any telephone directory of businesses, organized by category rather than alphabetically by business name, and in which advertising is sold. The directories were originally printed on yellow paper, as opposed to white pages for non-commercial listings
Zika Spreads Worldwide (In early 2015, a widespread epidemic of Zika fever, caused by the Zika virus in Brazil, spread to other parts of South and North America. It also affected several islands in the Pacific, and Southeast Asia. In January 2016, the World Health Organization (WHO) said the virus was likely to spread throughout most of the Americas by the end of the year. In November 2016, WHO announced the end of the Zika epidemic)
The Antarctic Treaty was signed in Washington on 1 December 1959 by the twelve countries whose scientists had been active in and around Antarctica during the International Geophysical Year (IGY) of 1957-58. It entered into force in 1961 and has since been acceded to by many other nations.