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News Of The World

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    Report: Police Searching Offices of London’s Daily StarA rival sensationalist tabloid to the ‘News of the World’ is reportedly being investigated.
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    Top David Cameron Aide Arrested Over News of the World ScandalCameron is scrambling hard to avoid getting pulled down by his links to the Murdoch empire.
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    News of the World Staff Responding Appropriately to ShutdownBy getting wasted.
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    News Corp. Shutting Down News of the World [Updated]This is BIG.
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    News of the World Went After Cell Phones of 7/7 Victims’ Families, Scotland Yard Payments ConfirmedAnother delight from Rupert Murdoch’s muckraking tabloid.
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    Vanity Fair: News of the World Paid Off Scotland YardThis keeps getting worse and worse.
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    The News of the World Eavesdrops on Missing Children’s Voice Mails TooPotential crime victims are getting the royal treatment!
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    Downing Street Aide Resigns Over News of the World Phone HacksAndy Coulson, adviser to the prime minister, resigns.
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    News of the World Editor Had a Good Reason for Listening to Prince Harry’s Voice MailsIt wasn’t just because he was creepily voyeuristic.
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    Ledger Reveals 1,027 Transactions Between Private Eye and Murdoch PapersThe leaked “Blue Book” details requests for dirt on “the former boxer Chris Eubank, former Labour minister David Lammy, and a target described simply as ‘Rooney.’”
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    Times: Culture of Illegal Surveillance Rife at Murdoch’s News of the World“Everyone knew,” one longtime reporter said. “The office cat knew.”
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    Saying Brangelina’s Breaking Up Can Now Cost You MoneyWhat will ‘Life & Style’ do now?
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    Murdoch’s British Papers Accused of Hacking Subjects’ Mobile PhonesApparently, reporting for London tabloids is MUCH easier than reporting for ones here.