NPR editor leaves network after sexual harassment allegations

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NPR editor fired for sexual harassment
The chief news editorĀ at National Public Radio has left the publication following allegations of sexual harassment.

NPR Chief News editor David Sweeney is "no longer on staff," Chris Turpin, acting senior vice president of news, said in an email to staff, NPR News reported on Tuesday.

"This is a difficult time for our newsroom and I'm committed to supporting all of you as we move forward," the email said.

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