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11 June 2012 | The GuardianGuardian's revelation of documents suggesting that Televisa sold favourable coverage to Pena Nieto when he was governor of the state of Mexico, and developed a dirty tricks campaign against Lopez Obrador ahead of his first bid for the presidency in 2006, have intensified the debate. Televisa and the PRI have suggested that the documents are fake.
11 June 2012 | All AfricaAfrican Health Journalists Association, aims to improve the quality and quantity of reporting on health issues so that people across the continent can make healthy choices for their lives. The group's media coverage will encourage the best possible public health programs and policies throughout the continent. The association will create a digital network with online learning, the latest data visualization tools, and techniques for multimedia storytelling. It will serve as a one-stop source of health experts, resources, and journalists who will collaborate on cross-border stories. The association will provide training for its members in everything from investigative health reporting to data mining. On a new website and social network, members will share reporting and writing strategies. The pan-African health journalism association will encourage the formation of national health journalism groups in Africa, building on the success of associations in Uganda, Zambia and Kenya.
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