English version

news blackout

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnews blackoutˈnews ˌblackout noun [countable]  a period of time when news about a particular event is not allowed to be reported The Indian government has imposed a news blackout.
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news blackoutMediators have imposed a news blackout on the talks.During the talks, a news blackout eliminated contact with the press except for photo opportunities.With the Camp David news blackout still in force, there were again few details about the talks.In a bid for public notoriety, the bomber criticized the news blackout of his campaign.imposed ... news blackoutMediators have imposed a news blackout on the talks.
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