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Kevin Rector / Los Angeles Times:
Journalists covering abortion rights protests in Los Angeles on Friday say police used physical force to deny them access, ignoring newly expanded protections
Javier Garza Ramos / Nieman Reports:
A reporter in Mexico describes how “gringo style” shootings, like the random lone shooter events in the US, are covered in Mexico, where they rarely occur
Andrew Kersley / Press Gazette:
Analysis: since 2018, UK consumer trust in The Times has dropped from 63% to 43%, while the BBC fell from 75% to 55%, and The Telegraph declined from 55% to 36%
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