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|Fresh evidence has emerged of other voice messages allegedly hacked from the phone of murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler's by the News of the World.
A report suggested that the former Sunday tabloid newspaper had details of more voicemails left on her mobile phone than originally thought.
The Wall Street Journal said it had obtained earlier print editions of the newspaper from 2002, which made reference to more messages on the missing teenager's phone.
It states that it undertook a review of the News International-owned newspaper and found that early versions on one day contained detailed quotes from three voicemails.
In the final edition, the article only contained one passing reference to a single voicemail...