|Allegations of phone hacking at the news of the world|
|The trial of Brooks and seven other defendants, including Prime Minister David Cameron's former spin doctor Andy Coulson, was due to start at the Old Bailey on September 9 but is now expected to begin on October 28.
Brooks, 45, denies a total of five charges, registration of company in Hong Kong including conspiracy to hack phones, conspiracy to pay public officials and conspiracy to pervert the course of justice by allegedly trying to hide evidence.
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Coulson, 45, who previously edited the now-defunct NotW, denies the same charge.
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Brooks denies two counts of conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office.
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|Iran has been ready to nuclear negotiations|
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"Iran's peaceful nuclear program is a national issue... we will not give up the rights of the Iranian people," he said.
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