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make news

To garner attention and be the topic of conversation. Sam's sudden resignation really made news today—everyone in the office is talking about it!
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While that made news, what has turned internet crazy is gentleman Chris Evans helping King up on stage when she won the award.
The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) once again made news for all the wrong reasons as a passenger was denied entry into his flight despite the issuance of boarding pass while an uncooperative' staff member misbehaved with him.
The issue made news when protesters, frustrated after three days of shortages, burned tires and blocked roads in Sidon to protest against the South Lebanon Water Authority.
It's made news for holding listener fund drives to combat ad revenue declines against Townsquare Media and iHeartMedia cluster sales.
MULTAN -- A Multan woman made news on Saturday as she arrived at Gilani House and claimed to be in love with Pakistan People's Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and offered a marriage proposal.
Al-Mansour made news in 2012 with "Wadjda," about a 10-year-old Saudi girl who wants to ride a bicycle in her country.
Two more female members of the Forces have made news. Congratulations to PPCLI Captain Megan Couto who became the first female officer of the Queen's Guard when the regiment took over Public Duties to commemorate Canada's 150th birthday.
Sunal previously made a documentary about Tambi Asaad, a teenaged Syrian pianist who made news headlines last year when was granted Turkish citizenship overnight.
Syrian revolutionaries from Kafranbel , a town in the rebel-held province of Idlib, have made news before with their political drawings and messages uploaded for the world to see.
The phone also made news since it is powered by a custom Android ROM made by Cyanogen.
The original version made news after an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres show.
"I stepped forward to inquire whether it was indeed my polling station," said Chiranjeevi in a meek clarification as the embarrassment made news. The star was taken aback when Karthik pointed out that the convention is to allow senior citizens and physically challenged priority in casting their vote.
This week's murder of Dutch Jesuit priest Fr Frans van der Lugt in Syria barely made news.
And Bentonville-based Walmart recently made news with its green roof project with Portland State University.
The 71-year-old was an advisor to Margaret Thatcher in the 1980s, but he made news most recently after being wrongly linked to a child sex abuse scandal.