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China detained Australian journalist for "endangering national security"

Australia no longer has any correspondents working on the ground in China for the first time since the 1970s, after two journalists were forced to flee the country and Chinese officials revealed a third had been detained for suspected “criminal activities endangering China’s national security”.

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Call for public interest test on journo raid warrants

Warrants relating to investigations into journalists who receive national security leaks should be run past a public interest advocate, a report by parliament’s intelligence and security committee has recommended.

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BBC slashes news jobs in pivot to digital

The BBC will axe 450 jobs from its news division in a cost-saving plan that will result in cuts at the World Service and its 5Live radio station and in fewer reports being made by analysis show Newsnight.