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China - Chinese arrest South Korean journalists near North Korean border

Reporters without borders
Reporters Without Borders is worried to learn that the Chinese authorities are holding a group of journalists from the South Korean daily JoongAng Ilbo on suspicion of spying. Arrested near China's border with North Korea on 20 September, they were reportedly travelling on tourist visas. “We demand an explanation of this arbitrary detention of a group of journalists whose number has not been confirmed,” Reporters Without Borders said. “Press visas are hard to get and, when journalists lack (...)

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