Definition of 'newsflash'
Example sentences containing 'newsflash'
LEFT, RIGHT AND CENTRE
Tuesday, 11, April We interrupt our programmes for a newsflash.LEFT, RIGHT AND CENTRE
Scheduled radio and television programmes had played solemn music following the first newsflash, and now all stations carried tributes.A SONG AT TWILIGHT
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