Japan ranks last among G-7 for press freedom, 72nd in world

PARIS–Japan slipped into last place for press freedom among the … Under the heading “The threat from Shinzo Abe,” the RSF mentioned the replacements of popular TV news anchors who were critical of the Abe administration. The report said there …
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