Copies of "The Independent" newspaper are displayed for sale at a store in London, Britain February 12, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
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Britain's Independent newspaper is to disappear from newsstands next month after its Russian owner said the 29-year-old title would only publish online, in the starkest sign yet of the pressures weighing on the newspaper industry.A move to sell profitable sister title "i" to Johnston Press, announced Thursday, put the future for the print editions of the loss-making Independent and Independent on Sunday in doubt.The Independent's last paper edition is expected to be Saturday March 26, with the last Independent on Sunday on the preceding Sunday March 20, ESI said.
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