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Pop singer Charlotte Church settled her phone hacking lawsuit against News of the World, the BBC reported. Church argued that News Corp. newspapers published 33 stories from hacking her phone.

The Independent reported that the settlement came “just days before it was to go  to trial.”  The Guardian noted that Church was the last person to settle from the News of the World “test cases.”

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Charlotte Church Settles Phone Hacking Lawsuit against News of the World

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