China 'driving out journalists', EU says after BBC's Sudworth leaves

The EU has accused China of harassing foreign correspondents after the BBC's Beijing correspondent John Sudworth was forced to move to Taiwan. Foreign correspondents were "being driven out of China as a result of continuous harassment and obstruction to their work", it said. It urged China to abide by its international legal obligations to ensure freedom of speech and press. Sudworth left following pressure and threats from the Chinese authorities.

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