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Journalists train to stay safe while covering hostile situations, in Moscow Region

Journalists train to stay safe while covering hostile situations, in Moscow Region

ITAR-TASS: MOSCOW REGION, RUSSIA. AUGUST 25, 2012. Reporters (journalists) wearing military uniform are undergoing practical training for those who cover violence. The Bastion course is arranged by the Union of journalists of Moscow, the Ministry of Interior of Russia and the Ministry of Defence and held at the Western Military District's shooting range (firing range) in Naro-Fominsk town. (Photo ITAR-TASS/ Ruslan Shamukov)
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