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Reporting on the Mexican Drug War

Roberto Calleja, Head of Mass Communications Programme, INTI International University

04-Dec-13 15:00

Reporting on the Mexican Drug War

Mexico is one of the most dangerous countries in the world to work as a journalist. Local newspaper reporters covering crime and corruption are routinely threatened, assaulted and murdered with impunity. We speak to former investigative journalist Roberto Calleja, who covered the Mexican drug war before coming to Malaysia to teach journalism.


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