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9 Jul. 2011
Printer James Bradley looks at a copy of the final... more
NEWSCORP/
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9 Jul. 2011
Waltham Cross, United Kingdom
Printer James Bradley looks at a copy of the final edition of the News of the World as the presses print the newspaper at the News International print works in Waltham Cross, southern England July 9, 2011. No scandal, no royal drug bust, no shock revelation of match fixing. In what must be one of the lowest-key headlines in News of the World's 168-year history, Sunday's last ever newspaper simply read "Thank You & Goodbye". Rupert Murdoch, head of News Corp which owns News of the World as well as the Sun, Times and Sunday Times newspapers, flies to London this weekend to try to contain the fallout of a phone-hack crisis, fearing it could jeopardise his bid to buy British broadcaster BSkyB. REUTERS/Ian Nicholson/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: MEDIA)
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