Reporters ask questions at a press conference, held by the State Council Information Office, in Beijing on Tuesday. Photo: XinhuaReporters ask questions at a press conference, held by the State Council Information Office, in Beijing on Tuesday. Photo: Xinhua
Reporters ask questions at a press conference, held by the State Council Information Office, in Beijing on Tuesday. Photo: Xinhua

China expels American journalists from 3 US newspapers: The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post

  • Beijing also declares 5 US media outlets to be foreign government functionaries, calling them agencies controlled by Washington
  • ‘The US approach to the Chinese media is based on a Cold War mentality and ideological bias,’ Foreign Ministry says

Topic |   US-China relations
Reporters ask questions at a press conference, held by the State Council Information Office, in Beijing on Tuesday. Photo: XinhuaReporters ask questions at a press conference, held by the State Council Information Office, in Beijing on Tuesday. Photo: Xinhua
Reporters ask questions at a press conference, held by the State Council Information Office, in Beijing on Tuesday. Photo: Xinhua
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