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Publication.png The Sun 
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The top of The Sun website, 8 March 2022
Founded15 September 1964
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A UK tabloid

The Sun is a UK tabloid.


Annecy Shootings

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The Guardian reported on 8 July 2014 that "the wife of British Iraqi-born engineer Saad al-Hilli, who was murdered with his family in the French Alps, had a "secret" American husband who died of a heart attack on the same day as the deadly attack, it emerged on Tuesday". The former husband, known only as 'James T', reportedly died on September 5 2012 in Natchez, Mississippi. The official cause of death was a heart attack.[1][2] The Sun identified the man as a dentist named James Thompson, and reported that the FBI were treating the case as murder.[3]


The headline in April 2020 starts with: "SICK CLAIMS Anti-vaxxers are already peddling bizarre theories"[4] - by 28 December 2021 it changes to: "SICK CLAIMS Deluded anti-vaxxers already peddling dangerous theories".[5] (Microchip article)[6]


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