An unnamed Iranian official told the news service that the barter would include Russian weapons.
“My husband and I were in the water for more than four hours,” she said, according to ANSA news service.
That followed reporting by CNBC and others that the news service offered such early looks at the data to customers for a fee.
Small newspapers have a news service furnished free by the government, thus enabling the latter to colour the news to suit itself.
They always call a news service a "paper," especially when talking to other newsmen.
The "news service" supplied smaller papers throughout the land with "impartial comments" on the national scene.
He turned a dial to the words: "news service—General," and the instrument broke into hurried speech.
Poldhu always calls at eleven-thirty, sir, and starts the news service as soon as the commercial business is out of the way.
Again Luis turned to the screen, but this time he dialed the news service.