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Not even our darkest imaginations could have foretold the horrors of last week, although several came close enough to force our creative industries into a sensitive retreat. A handful of upcoming films and TV shows with terrorist themes were instantly put on the back-burner; adverts laced with ghoulish humour were hurriedly papered over; and video games that mirrored events too chillingly for comfort were sent scurrying back to the digital drawing boards. Not to have done so, of course, ...

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