20 Sep '11, 7pm

British police say they are dropping, for now, demand that @Guardian reveal phone-hacking sources - @AP

British police say they are dropping, for now, demand that @Guardian reveal phone-hacking sources - @AP

Topics: International Economy Government and Policy Commodities FILE - This is an undated Surrey Police handout photo of murdered teenager Milly Dowler. Rupert Murdoch's company said Monday Sept. 19, 2011 that it is in advanced compensation talks with the family of a murdered teenager whose phone was hacked by the now-defunct News of the World tabloid. News International, Murdoch's British newspaper division, said it hoped to reach agreement soon with the family of 13-year-old Milly Dowler, whose voicemail messages were accessed by scoop-seeking journalists after she disappeared in 2002. She was later found murdered. (AP Photo/Surrey Police/PA, File) Jill Lawless, Associated Press , On Wednesday 21 September 2011, 3:16 LONDON (AP) -- London police said Tuesday they were dropping a demand that The Guardian newspaper reveal its sources for stories about Britain's phone-hacki...

Full article: http://sg.finance.yahoo.com/news/UK-police-suspend-demand...

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