December 5, 2013

China May Expel NYT, Bloomberg Journalists

Ben Carlson, Global Post

The Associated Press

The English-speaking world’s newspaper of record may be on the verge of getting kicked out of China, in an unprecedented crackdown by Communist Party authorities against foreign news organizations.

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TAGGED: China, New York Times, Communist Party Of China, Wen Jiabao, Journalist

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