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A heap of microphones and recorders from journalists during a press conference given by relatives of the 43 missing students of Ayotzinapa and members of the Argentine Team of Forensic Anthropology (EAAF) in Mexico City on February 9, 2016 about the human remains found in the rubbish dump of the Cocula community in Guerrero. The EAAF discarded the hypothesis that the 43 students could have been murdered and burned in that place, as the official version said. AFP PHOTO/ALFREDO ESTRELLA / AFP / ALFREDO ESTRELLA        (Photo credit should read ALFREDO ESTRELLA/AFP/Getty Images)
A heap of microphones and recorders from journalists during a press conference given by relatives of the 43 missing students of Ayotzinapa and members of the Argentine Team of Forensic Anthropology (EAAF) in Mexico City on February 9, 2016 about the human remains found in the rubbish dump of the Cocula community in Guerrero. The EAAF discarded the hypothesis that the 43 students could have been murdered and burned in that place, as the official version said. AFP PHOTO/ALFREDO ESTRELLA / AFP / ALFREDO ESTRELLA        (Photo credit should read ALFREDO ESTRELLA/AFP/Getty Images)

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Pablo de Llano, corresponsal de 'El País' de España, y Evelyn Pérez-Verdia, vicepresidente de la Asociación de Periodistas Hispanos de la Florida, explican cuáles son las responsabilidades de los periodistas y los medios.