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A businessman has accepted a public apology and a donation to the charity Save the Children over an allegation in the Daily Mirror that he had "courted controversy" by dealing with the regime of Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad.
Ayman Asfari, group chief executive of oil and gas industry services supplier Petrofac, sued MGN Ltd over articles which appeared in the Daily Mirror and on its website on 9 February this year.
A former police officer who leaked details of the Milly Dowler investigation to the Sun newspaper has been jailed for 18 months.
Over the course of more than a decade, Simon Quinn, 43, made £7,000 from tips to the tabloid while he worked as a detective constable at Surrey Police.
Quinn, of Horsham, West Sussex, was arrested in April 2013 and pleaded guilty at Kingston Crown Court last October to committing misconduct in public office.
He was prosecuted over Sun publisher News UK gave police emails revealing various payments made by journalist to public officials.
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The BBC World Service has launched a 60-second long global news bulletin aimed at younger audiences today, to be updated every 30 minutes.
BBC Minute will also be distributed via partnerships with radio music stations around the world, and will be available to download on iTunes.
It will add references to social media to the latest international news headlines, as well as sport, technology, entertainment and science, 24 hours a day.
Haymarket has reported an underlying profit rise of 3.3 per cent to £17.8m in the year to June 2014.
The business publisher's pre-tax profit for the 12-month period was £11.1m, up from a loss of £7.6m in the 18 months to June 2013, according to its annual report.
Its revenue in the year to June was £187m, down from £318.2m in the 18 months to June 2013. It said that underlying profits rose “on an annualised pro-forma basis” from £17.2m to £17.8m.
April 1 is the one day of the year when journalists can legitimately make a story up in a cheap bid to grab readers' attention.
Here's a round-up of some not-true stories from the news today:
The Guardian reports that disgraced Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson has become the latest celebrity to support its campaign for fossil fuel divestment.
Written by a reporter named Daisy Pofallor, it said the outspoken broadcaster "had new-found sympathy for environmental issues, interfaith dialogue, and intersectional feminism".