Japan’s Abe seeks to remove ‘balance’ requirements in broadcast news

TOKYO (Reuters) – Prime Minister Shinzo Abe wants to repeal a Japanese law requiring broadcasters to show impartiality, a step critics fear will lead to sensational reporting and polarize views, just as a similar move has been blamed for doing in the …
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