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#Sunday Times

# sunday-times - Wednesday 22 February, 2012

Sunday Times journalist Marie Colvin killed in Syria

A French photographer Remi Ochlik is also thought to have died in heavy shelling of a rebel stronghold in the city of Homs.

# sunday-times - Sunday 20 November, 2011

Syrian ruling party building hit by grenades in capital Damascus

The attack marks the first significant attack on a government building in relatively quiet central Damascus.

# sunday-times - Sunday 25 September, 2011

The 9 at 9: Sunday

Nine things to know this morning: More clemency letters from Norris revealed, bikers to take to the roads in protest over new regulations… and we know who owns Twitter, but who owns ‘tweet’?

# sunday-times - Friday 5 August, 2011

News International in talks to save 'Fake Sheikh' journalist

Mazher Mahmood, the News of the World’s infamous ‘Fake Sheikh’, may be given a new job to stop him joining another paper.

# sunday-times - Thursday 2 June, 2011

Take 5: Thursday

5 stories, 5 minutes, 5 o’clock.

Varadkar says the Sunday Times "hyped up" his bailout comments

The transport minister says he has not been “confined to barracks” over the issue, and that the government’s position on the bailout is very clear.

# sunday-times - Monday 10 January, 2011

Cowen dismisses allegations of Anglo impropriety

The Taoiseach clarifies his now infamous meetings with Anglo’s Seán Fitzpatrick, insisting: we didn’t talk business.

Cowen to give Dáil statement on FitzPatrick meetings

Brian Cowen will make “a comprehensive statement” in the Dáil tomorrow on his relationship with the former Anglo chief.

# sunday-times - Saturday 21 August, 2010

STAFF AT the Sunday Times have responded to reports claiming four journalists at the organisation were laid off using methods that might have been borrowed from George Clooney’s character in the movie Up In The Air. On Twitter, reporters at the newspaper denied reports that the cuts were made inhumanely, and insisted that those affected were told their jobs were to be axed in face-to-face meetings.