Mon, February 27, 2012
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Murdoch launches new tabloid Sun on Sunday

2012-02-27 06:25:05 GMT2012-02-27 14:25:05(Beijing Time)  SINA.com

A person holds up the new British newspaper "The Sun on Sunday." Rupert Murdoch's Sun on Sunday tabloid hit news stands on Sunday, replacing the defunct News of the World with a pledge to meet high ethical standards in a first edition filled with celebrity content. AFP photo

News Corporation Chief Rupert Murdoch holds up a copy of the newly launched 'The Sun on Sunday' newspaper as he leaves his London home. Murdoch's Sun on Sunday tabloid hit news stands on Sunday, replacing the defunct News of the World with a pledge to meet high ethical standards in a first edition filled with celebrity content. AFP photo

A Liverpool fan hands out posters asking people not to buy the Sun newspaper, near Wembley stadium ahead of the League Cup Final, in north London February 26, 2012. Rupert Murdoch bid to grab back the huge audience his News Corp lost when it closed Britain's best-selling News of the World over a phone-hacking scandal with a new Sunday edition of his Sun tabloid filled with gossip, girls and celebrities. REUTERS

A Liverpool fan hands out posters asking people not to buy the Sun newspaper, near Wembley stadium ahead of the League Cup Final, in north London February 26, 2012. Rupert Murdoch bid to grab back the huge audience his News Corp lost when it closed Britain's best-selling News of the World over a phone-hacking scandal with a new Sunday edition of his Sun tabloid filled with gossip, girls and celebrities. REUTERS

A Liverpool fan hands out posters asking people not to buy the Sun newspaper, near Wembley stadium ahead of the League Cup Final, in north London February 26, 2012. Rupert Murdoch bid to grab back the huge audience his News Corp lost when it closed Britain's best-selling News of the World over a phone-hacking scandal with a new Sunday edition of his Sun tabloid filled with gossip, girls and celebrities. REUTERS

A billboard outside the News International buildings in Wapping advertises 'The Sun on Sunday' in London. Rupert Murdoch's Sun on Sunday tabloid hit news stands on Sunday, replacing the defunct News of the World with a pledge to meet high ethical standards in a first edition filled with celebrity content. AFP

Murdoch's Sun on Sunday tabloid hit news stands on Sunday, replacing the defunct News of the World with a pledge to meet high ethical standards.

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