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In defence of sleazy journalism

By: Elena CASAS
1 min

In Thursday's international papers - is this the end for Rupert Murdoch's influence over British politics? We also look at the case for sleazy journalism, the reaction in India to the Mumbai attacks, and a new advocacy group for Hispanics in the US - the Tequila Party.

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The Guardian says this could be the end of Rupert Murdoch's influence on British politics, while the Washington Post says his US holdings could also be in danger, and Gawker defends some of the methods that got his journalists into so much trouble.

The Times of India says the country's intelligence services were negligent and could have prevented this week's attacks.

And the Independent looks at a new advocacy group for Hispanics in the US - the Tequila Party.

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