In a live news broadcast on Australia’s “Sunrise” show on Tuesday, the police saw the police remove the “Channel 7 News” American reporter Amelia Blaes and news photographer Tim Meyer Sri Lanka. Australian outlets are members of CNN.
The country’s foreign minister, Marise Payne, said Morrison “had contacted the Australian embassy in Washington, DC on Tuesday to instruct them to investigate this disturbing incident and provide information on registering concerns with the Australian government Further suggestions.”
In an interview with ABC National Radio on Tuesday, Payne added: “I want to seek further advice on how to register Australia’s strong concerns with the local authorities in charge of Washington.”
Payne said the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade “contacted Amelia and Tim of the Channel 7 team to check their health status at the Australian Embassy and Channel 7.”
He added: “We are firmly committed to protecting journalists and ensuring that everyone enjoys equal justice in the law.”
The media watchdog said at least 20 journalists were arrested. CNN’s Omar Jimenez and his staff were detained by the police during a live broadcast conducted last week at the protest in Minneapolis, even though he clearly stated himself Is a reporter.
The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office is investigating protests by Wall Street Journal reporters suspected of attacking members of the New York Police Department.
After the incident in Washington, DC, Blaise said in an interview with “Sunrise”: “We have reorganized and we are not bad. In fact, tear gas will benefit you the most, it is difficult to continue speaking in this case.
Blaise said she and Miles were both hit by rubber bullets.
“There was no escape then, we have [National Guard] Behind us, the police passed so quickly that we had nowhere to go. “Bress added.