In this photo released Saturday July 9, 2011, by News International, showing the front cover of the final edition of Britain's Sunday tabloid newspaper the News of the World which will be published for Sunday July 10, 2011, with a simple front page message: Thank You and Goodbye. The newspaper owned by News Corp is ensnared in a growing scandal because of alleged phone-hacking which has prompted the title to be closed from upcoming Sunday, after 168-years of publishing. (AP Photo / News International) EDITORIAL USE ONLY

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In this photo released Saturday July 9, 2011, by News International, showing the front cover of the final edition of Britain's Sunday tabloid newspaper the News of the World which will be published for Sunday July 10, 2011, with a simple front page message: Thank You and Goodbye.  The newspaper owned by News Corp is ensnared in a growing scandal because of alleged phone-hacking which has prompted the title to be closed from upcoming Sunday, after 168-years of publishing. (AP Photo / News International) EDITORIAL USE ONLY
In this photo released Saturday July 9, 2011, by News International, showing the front cover of the final edition of Britain's Sunday tabloid newspaper the News of the World which will be published for Sunday July 10, 2011, with a simple front page message: Thank You and Goodbye. The newspaper owned by News Corp is ensnared in a growing scandal because of alleged phone-hacking which has prompted the title to be closed from upcoming Sunday, after 168-years of publishing. (AP Photo / News International) EDITORIAL USE ONLY
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