News Headlines - 09 April 2011

▽News of the World prints phone-hack apology - AFP
Britain's News of the World tabloid on Sunday publicly apologised to victims of phone hacking, as the Rupert Murdoch-owned newspaper sought to draw a line under the scandal.

▽News of the World phone-hacking row: four years of denials - The Guardian
Andy Coulson and Rupert Murdoch repudiated phone-hacking allegations several times before News International's apology

▽Reactions to phone hacking apology - BBC
The owner of the News of the World newspaper is to admit liability in a number of cases brought against it for alleged phone hacking.

▽Phone hacking may cause rash of court cases - Scotland on Sunday
VICTIMS of the News of the World phone-hacking scandal yesterday indicated they would continue taking legal action against News International, despite the firm setting aside a multi-million compensation fund for them.

▽Royals pulled into phone-hacking scandal - The Independent
The Royal Family has been pulled into the News International phone-hacking affair, dealing a blow to the latest desperate attempt by Rupert Murdoch's media giant to hide the true extent of the scandal, The Independent on Sunday can reveal.







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