Alan Rusbridger

Guardian Newspaper

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Editor-in-Chief of the Guardian newspaper

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Rupert Murdoch's troubles in Britain are escalating fast.

Is Rupert Murdoch's Media Empire Crumbling?

Rupert Murdoch's troubles in Britain are escalating fast.

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Rupert Murdoch's troubles in Britain are escalating fast. Since closing his  News of the World , he's had to  buy back stock  in his News Corporation, to keep up its value.

Murdoch's Media Empire Exposed

Rupert Murdoch's troubles in Britain are escalating fast. Since closing his News of the World , he's had to buy back stock in his News Corporation, to keep up its value.

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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton today  denounced the release  by WikiLeaks of a quarter-million  documents  she said "purport" to be confidential State Department communications.

WikiLeaks Rips the Lid off US Diplomacy

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton today denounced the release by WikiLeaks of a quarter-million documents she said "purport" to be confidential State Department communications.

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