Japan: Radiation Hampers Search for Bodies

1 Tokyo, Mar 31. -Radiation levels in the evacuation area around the Fukushima-1 nuclear plant is hampering the search for about 1,000 victims of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Police sources quoted in news reports stated that some bodies had been exposed to high radiation levels, adding another tragic aspect to the continuing nuclear crisis. The above information is

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Cuba Special Education System Marks 49th Anniversary

1 Havana, Jan. 4. -The Cuban special education system marked its 49th anniversary on Tuesday, with over 40,100 students enrolled in various education centers around the country. According to official figures, Cuba currently has 396 special education centers and about 15,000 professionals working in that area, considered by many people as a work of infinite love. Elementary school students with

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Students will take care of the polls next Sunday

1 Santa Cruz del Sur, Apr 23. -More than 200 Santa Cruz born people will vote for the first time in their lives in this southern territory, and around 900 pupils are going to take care of the ballot boxes next Sunday, April 25th. In this sense, the youth communist league (UJC), carried out some interviews with pupils belonging to

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