Rupert Murdoch to rehire editor acquitted in phone-hacking scandal

Rebekah Brooks is close to being rehired by Rupert Murdoch in a permanent position heading up his search for new online investments.

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Scientist who identified Ebola virus calls for 'quasi-military intervention'

The microbiologist who co-discovered the Ebola virus in 1976 has urged David Cameron to support a "quasi-military intervention" to stop the current epidemic, which is spreading unchecked in west Africa.

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Seymour Hersh on death of Osama bin Laden: 'It's one big lie, not one word of it is true'

Seymour Hersh has got some extreme ideas on how to fix journalism – close down the news bureaus of NBC and ABC, sack 90% of editors in publishing and get back to the fundamental job of journalists which, he says, is to be an outsider.

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Undercover reporter 'had sex' with dentist during female circumcision sting operation

Hearing told reporter was trying to get dentist to agree to carry out female circumcisions in sting set up by Mazher Mahmood.

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Researcher's paper banned for containing luxury car security codes

STANDFIRST: High court imposes injunction on Flavio Garcia, who has cracked security system of cars including Porsches and Bentleys

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British official urges U.S. to press corruption charges against Murdoch

A prominent Labour MP has said US authorities should press corporate corruption charges against Rupert Murdoch's global empire after he admitted in a secretly recorded meeting with staff on the Sun that payments to police were part of "the culture of Fleet Street".

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Top UK newspaper groups threaten to boycott government regulator

Owners of Sun, Telegraph and Daily Mail say they may set up own watchdog if government opts for statutory underpinning

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