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Sarah Ellison / Washington Post:
The Washington Post will stop publishing its Sunday magazine on December 25, cutting the jobs of 10 staffers; some content will shift to the Style section
Ronan Farrow / New Yorker:
15 journalists from digital news outlet El Faro, based in El Salvador, sue NSO Group in US federal court claiming damages from Pegasus spyware infections
Alex Weprin / The Hollywood Reporter:
Chris Licht tells CNN staff that layoffs are underway as part of a strategy shift, starting with “a limited number of individuals”, mostly paid contributors
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