The Los Angeles Times says one of its journalists was held for four hours and then sent from Inner Mongolia back to Beijing after reporting on protests against a new school language policy in the autonomous region. Photo: AFP The Los Angeles Times says one of its journalists was held for four hours and then sent from Inner Mongolia back to Beijing after reporting on protests against a new school language policy in the autonomous region. Photo: AFP
The Los Angeles Times says one of its journalists was held for four hours and then sent from Inner Mongolia back to Beijing after reporting on protests against a new school language policy in the autonomous region. Photo: AFP

Protests around the world

US paper says its reporter was interrogated and held by police while covering Inner Mongolia language protests

  • Print reporter ‘grabbed by the throat’, held in cell and denied call to US embassy, says Los Angeles Times
  • Journalists from China, America and Australia have made the news recently amid trade spats and international tensions between their governments

Topic |   Protests around the world
The Los Angeles Times says one of its journalists was held for four hours and then sent from Inner Mongolia back to Beijing after reporting on protests against a new school language policy in the autonomous region. Photo: AFP The Los Angeles Times says one of its journalists was held for four hours and then sent from Inner Mongolia back to Beijing after reporting on protests against a new school language policy in the autonomous region. Photo: AFP
The Los Angeles Times says one of its journalists was held for four hours and then sent from Inner Mongolia back to Beijing after reporting on protests against a new school language policy in the autonomous region. Photo: AFP
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