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Are journalists betraying their values? No, it’s the public who are wrong, says Washington Post writer

According to Sullivan, there is a “troubling disconnect” between “core journalistic values” – oversight, transparency, factuality, spotlighting wrongdoing, and giving a “voice to the voiceless” – and the American public.  Citing a new study by the American Press Institute, Sullivan on Wednesday lamented the fact that these values just don’t …

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Beijing recommends Japan’s nuclear wastewater be shipped to US as Washington backs Tokyo’s plan to dump radionuclides into sea

In two tweets on Wednesday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying reinforced Beijing’s opposition to Japanese plans to dump more than a million tons of Fukushima’s treated radioactive wastewater in the ocean.  “Japan and the US claim that the treated nuclear waste water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant is …

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‘Do Chinese warships go to the Gulf of Mexico?’: Beijing blames Washington’s aggression for Taiwan tensions

Speaking on Thursday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian blasted Washington’s history of intimidation and international aggression as he questioned why the USS John S. McCain had transited through the Taiwan Strait on Wednesday.  “Do Chinese warships go to the Gulf of Mexico?” he asked, adding that China had never intended to intimidate …

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‘Concerned’ Washington demands Bolivia release former ‘interim’ President Anez and other officials accused of orchestrating a coup

“The Bolivian government should release detained former officials,” Blinken said in a Twitter post on Saturday, demanding an “independent and transparent inquiry” into the human rights and due process issues related to the former interim president’s case. The US secretary of state also noted that Washington is “deeply concerned” by …

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