How the Orlando Pulse shooting affected the UK media industry

The United Kingdom’s biggest newspapers have all been hit by a wave of terrorist attacks in the past few weeks, as well as by a flood of fake news on social media.

Here’s a look at how they’ve been affected by the shootings in Orlando and London.

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The Daily Telegraph The paper of record in the UK was hit by an unprecedented wave of terrorism on Tuesday, as it reported the death of the editor of its national news website.

The paper’s founder, the late Paul Dacre, had recently stepped down following a series of salacious articles in which he described himself as a “porn star”.

The attack was a result of an internet meme that circulated online that showed a naked man with a gun and a knife stabbing the man who was posing for a photo.

Dacre was subsequently forced to flee the UK, where he is currently living in Berlin.

The newspaper, which is owned by the UK’s Times Group, said on Twitter that the “attack has impacted our editorial staff, staff members and journalists”.

It added that it was “working hard to rebuild our team and to reassure everyone at the paper”.

It also said that it would be “committed to the safety of staff and the wider public”.

In a statement, the paper said it had been hit with “the most serious attack in British newspaper history”.

“We’re working hard to regain control of the story, and will publish an apology,” it said.

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The Times of London The Times has suffered an attack on its Twitter account as well.

The news agency’s tweet announcing that the death toll from a suicide bombing had risen to 22 was met with an outpouring of anger from the social media community.

The tweet, which was shared by one user and retweeted more than 1,000 times, said the death tally had risen because “the terrorists killed a lot of innocent people”.

“The people of London have suffered a lot.

They have suffered the consequences of terrorism,” the tweet read.

“The police have responded with zero tolerance and the city’s mayor has called on the world to stand with the city.”

Three men were arrested in connection with the attack.

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The Evening Standard The Sunday Times has also been the subject of a spate of terror attacks in recent weeks.

On Monday, a man was shot dead in a shooting at the newspaper’s offices in London.

On Tuesday, a 22-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of shooting a police officer.

The attack occurred at the same time as the first fatal terrorist attack in the capital, a suicide bomb attack on Westminster Bridge.

A police officer was wounded in the attack, but survived.

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The Mirror The Sunday Mirror was also hit by the terror attack on Tuesday.

The Sunday Express reported that two of its employees had been injured in the London attack.

In a tweet, the newspaper said: “Our team is still working to rebuild, and we have spoken to the injured.

We will continue to share updates as they become available.”

The Sunday Mail said the attack had “killed and wounded more than 200 people in the city”.

5.

The Independent The Independent, which has a staff of more than 2,000, reported that one of its journalists had been wounded in an attack in London on Tuesday afternoon.

The editor of the newspaper was among those who were injured.

In the aftermath of the attack the newspaper wrote on Twitter: “We are currently on our way to our HQ in London to continue working to regain full control of our newsrooms.”

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The Sun The Sun was hit hard by an attack that took place at its office in London earlier this month.

The office of the paper’s London bureau was evacuated after the shooting at its London headquarters.

The incident took place on the same day as the deadly attack on the Manchester Arena.

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The Herald Sun The Herald’s London offices were also evacuated on Tuesday following the shooting.

The British newspaper’s online editor said on Facebook that staff were working to restore the newspaper to normal.

8.

The Mail on Sunday The Mail Online’s London office was also attacked.

The Post Office of London said that a bomb threat was made at the Post Office in central London on Monday.

The bomb was intercepted by police and the office was evacuated.

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The Telegraph The Telegraph has been hit hard as well by a series in recent months of terrorist-related attacks in Britain.

On Wednesday, the Guardian reported that a woman was killed in a bombing in London, which took place less than a month after a suicide bomber killed more than 80 people at a concert in Manchester.

In March, a terrorist drove a car into a group of pedestrians on London Bridge, killing eight people.

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The New Statesman The New York Times is also suffering from an attack this week.

The publication was hit with a terror attack in its offices in New York on Wednesday, with the newspaper saying that it had suffered “the deadliest attack in our history”.

The New Yorker said that