Journalists covering Mexico get survival training
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A couple of nonprofit groups that work on press freedom and protection here in Mexico, the Rory Peck Trust and Article 19, got together and ran a course just outside Mexico City this month for 18 journalists living and working here.
During the five-day course, the participants, who came from all over Mexico -- from Michoacan to Baja California -- went through a simulated kidnapping dodged tear gas, learned first aid, and received psychological training on dealing with emergencies.
See the video for more.
-- Deborah Bonello in Toluca, Mexico
Video: Mexican journalists put through their survival paces, by Deborah Bonello.