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Embattled News Corp. chief Rupert Murdoch arrived Friday at the London offices of his flagship paper, The Sun, in a crisis-management move after 10 current and former senior staff were arrested in connection to alleged corrupt payments to police and other public officials. There's been anger at the news organization over fears that Murdoch would clean house in a manner similar to his closure of another of his papers, News of the World, last year over the phone-hacking scandal—although the Sun has the highest circulation of any newspaper in Britain. Murdoch is expected to reassure his staff about his commitment to the paper, and Murdoch reportedly told his staff that a Sun on Sunday paper would launch "very soon."