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The top 10 most-read stories on Journalism.co.uk, 23-29 July

July 29th, 2011Posted by in About us, Traffic

1. Injured war photographer returns to front page

2. Daily Mail columnist hits back over quotes in Norway gunman’s manifesto

3. News aggregator loses online copyright appeal

4. Norway gunman targeted journalists in manifesto

5. Orwell Prize delays ‘unanimous’ Johann Hari decision

6. Brooks: Claim Sara Payne was targeted is ‘unthinkable’

7. Storify wins Knight-Batten Award for innovation

8. BBC journalists plan indefinite work to rule

9. How not to get your Twitter account hacked

10. Trinity Mirror launches review in wake of phone-hacking allegations

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