New York Times, Washington Post and Wall Street Journal groups urge China to reconsider expulsion of US journalists

The publishers of The New York Times, The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal asked China on Tuesday to reconsider its order expelling 13 US journalists, arguing the action imperils “access to critical information” about the global virus pandemic.A joint letter from the three news organisations to the Chinese governments said the media is suffering “collateral damage” from a diplomatic dispute between the two countries.“This move – made in retaliation for recent expulsions by the United…

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