Panama Confirms Child Death to Dengue

1 Panama, Jul 25. -Panama Health Ministry has confirmed the death of an 8-year-old to hemorrhagic dengue in this capital, the first this year.Jorge Hassan, director of the Metropolitan Health Region, said their top goal is to detect where the vector is and order sanitation and eradication measures. The latest official statistics had shown so far 1,608 cases of classic

Read more

Chile to Clear Neruda’s Death

1 Santiago de Cuba, Jun 1. -Chile's Communist Party urged for a new probe to establish the true cause of the death of Poet Pablo Neruda, amid versions that allege he was assassinated by the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet (1973-1990). PCCH President Guillermo Teillier, and some party Legislators from both wings in Parliament and representatives of human rights organizations, submitted

Read more

Peace Activities Slam U.S. Militarist Hypocrisy

1 Guantanamo, Cuba, May 6. -World peace activists condemned the great militarist hypocrisy by the United States, responsible for the death of thousands of people and considerable material damages in the war in Iraq and Afghanistan. With its so-called humanitarian interventions, that northern country has promoted aggressions mainly suffered by the civil population, states the final declarationâ�Ös bill of the

Read more

Molecule Able to Fight Brain Cancer Found

0 Washington, Apr 20. -A team of scientists dounf a molecule that is able to induce death of brain cancer cells, the journal PLoS One released recently. The Nutlin-3a molecule activates a protein called p53 that kill the cells and prevent the glioblastoma multiforme returns, reported experts at the Institute of Biomedical Research of Bellvitge, Catalonia, Spain. The glioblastoma multiforme

Read more

Cuba Recalls Camilo Cienfuegos

0 Havana, Oct 28. -The Cuban people on Thursday are commemorating the 51st anniversary of the death of revolutionary hero Camilo Cienfuegos, who holds a special place in the hearts of compatriots of all ages. Every October 28, children, youth and adults gather together to throw flowers into the sea or river to honor the Rebel Army Commander. The tradition

Read more

UN Speeds Up Aid to Haiti for Cholera

17 United Nations, Oct 24. -The United Nations is speeding up medical aid to Haiti to face the outbreak of cholera that has provoked the death of at least 150 people, as confirmed by a high official of the organization Friday. Catherine Bragg, vice coordinator for humanitarian assistance, said to reporters that the assistance to Haiti includes workers, 300,000 anti-cholera

Read more

US-EU: Crocodile Tears

1 Havana, Apr 9 . -The US and the European Union contain their convenient tears in front of the suffering of Palestinian prisoners at Israeli jails, while shedding crocodile tears at the death of a Cuban counterrevolutionary prisoner at the service of Washington. Those tears are part of the script of the anti-Cuba campaign, unleashed after the voluntary death of a

Read more