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    The Sun’s Royal Editor Arrested

    LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 24:  Billboards outside the News International buildings in Wapping advertise the new Sun on Sunday which is to launch this weekend on February 24, 2012 in London, England. Rupert Murdoch has been in London to supervise the production of the first Sunday edition of the paper, which takes the place of the News Of The World which closed in the wake of the phone hacking scandal.  (Photo by Matthew Lloyd/Getty Images)

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    British police nabbed The Sun’s royal editor and two other people in a dawn raid. The editor, Duncan Larcombe, was arrested on suspicion of paying a public official for information. Scotland Yard says the arrests were based on information obtained from News Corporation’s management-standards committee, which Rupert Murdoch set up after the hacking scandal at News of the World. The Sun is one of Murdoch’s remaining British papers. With the new arrests, more than 50 people have been arrested in the investigation into phone hacking, computer hacking, and payments to public officials.

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