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Sir Harold Evans dies aged 92 in New York

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Sir Harold Evans dies aged 92 in New York

Sir Harold Evans dies aged 92 in New York

Sir Harold Evans, trailblazing newspaper editor, dies aged 92 from heart failure.

Sir Harold exposed the plight of hundreds of British thalidomide children who had never received any compensation for their birth defects Report by Fullerg.

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