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Hello, Thanks for reporting this. To help us find the bug quicker, can you provide some example queries that return empty descriptions? Did you use a proxy location? Also the image you've attached did not load. Please use a service such as https://imgur.com/ to host the image and link it to the post.
mar 2:37 18/1/22
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Sometimes the data get cached. If the results are empty, try to run it again after 10-15 minutes. If you don't want to wait for the cache to clear, you can try adding an extra space somewhere in the query. Also please reset your API key. I can see your API key ('x-rapidapi-key': "8fc6xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxce9" ) in the history of the colab document.
lun 11:17 17/1/22
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Sometimes the data get cached. If the results are empty, try to run it again after 10-15 minutes. If you don't want to wait for the cache to clear, you can try adding an extra space somewhere in the query. Also please reset your API key. I can see your API key ('x-rapidapi-key': "8fc6xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxce9" ) in the history of the colab document.
lun 11:17 17/1/22
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Also we were able to update the engine to support this use case. The method of searching you've mention is different from how Google News API works. So instead of using the `/news/` API try using the `/search/` API instead. Format the query as followed: ``` query = { "q": "machine learning before:2019-01-01 after:2018-01-01", "tbm": "nws" } ``` Again the URL should be `url = f'https://google-search3.p.rapidapi.com/api/v1/search/{urllib.parse.urlencode(query)}' ` Let us know if this works.
dom 9:59 16/1/22
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Also we were able to update the engine to support this use case. The method of searching you've mention is different from how Google News API works. So instead of using the `/news/` API try using the `/search/` API instead. Format the query as followed: ``` query = { "q": "machine learning before:2019-01-01 after:2018-01-01", "tbm": "nws" } ``` Again the URL should be `url = f'https://google-search3.p.rapidapi.com/api/v1/search/{urllib.parse.urlencode(query)}' ` Let us know if this works.
dom 9:59 16/1/22
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Also we were able to update the engine to support this use case. The method of searching you've mention is different from how Google News API works. So instead of using the `/news/` API try using the `/search/` API instead. Format the query as followed: ``` query = { "q": "machine learning before:2019-01-01 after:2018-01-01", "tbm": "nws" } ``` Again the URL should be `url = f'https://google-search3.p.rapidapi.com/api/v1/search/{urllib.parse.urlencode(query)}' ` Let us know if this works.
dom 9:59 16/1/22