Credits: All from AP - from left: Martin Mejia (Lima 2000), David de la Paz (Mexico City 1999), Jose Luis Magana (Mexico City 1998), Nasser Nasser (Ramallah 2002), Srdjan Ilic (Kosovo 1998) & Nasser Nasser (Ramallah 2000).
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Killing The Messenger
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Brussels, 18 April -- Any news media personnel who may be experiencing high levels of stress after covering the shocking events at Virginia Tech may contact journalist trauma specialist Dr. Anthony Feinstein by email

Dr Feinstein also runs a self-help facility via the INSI website for those who suspect they might be suffering from traumatic stress.

His advice is completely confidential.

Dr Feinstein, a professor of psychiatry at Toronto University, is one of the world's foremost specialists in journalists and stress. He is author of "Journalists Under Fire - The Psychological Hazards of Covering War" and "Dangerous Lives: War and the Men and Women Who Report It".

Any questions on this news release should be addressed to Rodney Pinder, email or mobile +44 7734 709267