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UK Jewish Chronicle owner battles to save titles after collapse

Reuters Tuesday, 14 April 2020
The owner of Britain's stricken Jewish Chronicle is battling to save a newspaper for the Jewish community by seeking to buy the assets of the title along with another failing newspaper, the Jewish News, from liquidators.
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