Mexican schools teach 'duck and cover' to protect pupils


Schools in Mexico are teaching their students to dive to the floor and cover their heads, as part of a drill to protect themselves from being caught in the crossfire from battles between drugs gangs.

Mexico's drug war is bursting into the lives of young children, especially in violent northern border cities and schools in the state of Guerrero and Nuevo Leon are now required to teach the safety drills.

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