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  2. The Herald (Plymouth) - Wikipedia

    The paid-for newspaper has an ABC circulation of 10,048 (Jan-Jun 2020). The Herald is published six days a week, Monday to Saturday, and has a single edition. It is owned by Reach plc, formerly known as Trinity Mirror. Its sister titles include the Express & Echo in Exeter, the Herald Express in Torquay and the Western Morning News.

  3. Kenya Television Network - Wikipedia

    It is headquartered at Standard Group Centre, Nairobi. It was the first free-to-air privately owned television network in Africa, and the first to break KBC's monopoly in Kenya. KTN became famous for activist journalism in the 1990s.

  4. The News (Mexico City) - Wikipedia

    The News is a Mexican English-language newspaper that is published in Mexico City five days per week, Monday through Friday. With the exception of the five years between 2002 and 2007, the newspaper has published continuously since its founding on July 5, 1950.

  5. Russian submarine Kursk (K-141) - Wikipedia

    Construction. K-141 Kursk was a Project 949A class Antey (Russian: Aнтей, meaning Antaeus) submarine of the Oscar class, known as the Oscar II by its NATO reporting name, and was the penultimate submarine of the Oscar II class designed and approved in the Soviet Union.

  6. St. Louis Post-Dispatch - Wikipedia

    The St. Louis Post-Dispatch is a major regional newspaper based in St. Louis, Missouri, serving the St. Louis metropolitan area. It is the largest daily newspaper in the metropolitan area by circulation, surpassing the Belleville News-Democrat, Alton Telegraph, and Edwardsville Intelligencer. The publication has received 19 Pulitzer Prizes.

  7. WXXV-TV - Wikipedia

    News operation. The station airs all national breaking news coverage from Fox News and the network's weekly public affairs show. Unlike most Fox affiliates, however, WXXV did not operate a local news department of its own for most of its existence but has done so in two previous attempts in the past.