Japan stays 72nd on press freedom list but falls to last in G-7

Reporters Without Borders has criticized Japanese media outlets’ self-censorship and surrender of their independence. Last year, three TV news anchors who had been critical of Abe’s government stepped down. In the same year, the watchdog downgraded …
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