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  • ** FILE ** This May 21, 2012, file photo shows columnist and TV host Fareed Zakaria attending the 71st Annual Peabody Awards in New York. Zakaria is apologizing for lifting paragraphs by another writer for use in his column in Time magazine. (AP Photo/Charles Sykes, file)

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    Columnist and TV host Fareed Zakaria is apologizing for lifting paragraphs by another writer for use in his column in Time magazine.

  • Zakaria suspended for copying other writer's work

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