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banner headline

ntitolo a tutta pagina
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'Battered and bruised Lions decimate empire,' the local Daily Mirror said while the Island daily front-page the match report with a bold banner headline: 'SRI LANKA BEAT ENGLAND.'
'The Supreme Court therefore sees as being unfair the front-page banner headline of the Daily Observer Newspaper captioned, 'Chief Justice Korkpor Stifles Free Expression?
The frontpage banner headline reads: "Yes to Europe.
The Daily Nation front page banner headline on October 10, Crash driver was 72 years, did not, as it apparently tried to do, explain the cause of the accident in which more than 50 people died at Fort Ternan, a small town 50 kilometres east of Kisumu.Neither did the headline say anything meaningful about the accident.
A few weeks ago, this paper published a banner headline story captioned: 'Passport Forms Scarcity hits Kumasi,' thus encouraging the emergence of goro boys (middle men) in the transaction for the acquisition of passport forms.
Youm7 front page banner headline in Arabic and Russian featured at RIA Novosti website -- Screenshot of RIA Novosti website CAIRO -- 11 December 2017: Russian media celebrated the front page banner headline written in Arabic and Russian by one of the biggest newspapers in Egypt, Youm7, in tandem with Russian President Vladimir Putin's visit to Cairo on Monday.
'China, US woo Digong'-the Inquirer banner headline read yesterday.
A portrait of its EIC, the banner headline and stories announcing her passing occupied the whole of page one.
The banner headline and main story in last week's Sunday Mail re the lack of Mental Health Care provision made grim reading.
The 20ft-long poster on the main road into the seaside town has a giant photo of Conservative candidate Charlotte Haitham-Taylor with the banner headline "A new vision for North West Durham".
SIR - Great news from Scotland, the banner headline in The Scotsman: The Labour party in Scotland faces near annihilation in the next general election - according to the latest Ipsos Mori poll (Thursday October 30).
"Love is stronger," said its banner headline. Financial daily Ambito Financiero quoted celebrated Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges: "Some defeats have more dignity than victory."