A Young Cuban Doctor Following in the Footsteps of Bolivar in Carabobo

2 The brotherly bond between Cuba and Venezuela, in their common cause for the independence of Latin America, has had deep roots through history and today they surface in the enchanting place known as Carabobo Battlefield. History tells us that among those who signed Venezuela's Declaration of Independence in 1811 was Camagüey-born Francisco Xavier Yanes. Besides, another Cuban fearlessly fought

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Universal Children”s Day without U.S.A and Somalia

0 United Nations, Nov 20. -The world celebrates the Universal Children''s Day on Saturday with The U.S.A and Somalia as the only two countries that remain without ratifying the Convention on the Rights of the Child of 1989. This is the first legally binding instrument that incorporates the full range of human, civil, cultural, economic, political and social rights for

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Chinese Supercomputer Tianhe-1A: Fastest in the World

9 Beijing, Nov 16. -The Chinese supercomputer Tianhe-1A is considered as the fastest in the world, and tops the list of the 500 most powerful computer systems worldwide. The Tianhe-1A, which has 2.57 petaflops, which is 2.57 billion operations per second, is faster than the U.S.-made Jaguar, which has 1.75 petaflops. The third fastest computer is another Chinese model, the

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Everything depends on as many people as possible reject the nuclear war

4 Camagüey, Aug 10. – Revolutionary leader Fidel Castro said that the U.N. cannot stop anybody; (…) everything –in favor of peace- depends on us, as we are capable enough to mobilize as many people as possible in this campaign against the nuclear war, so that Obama can be backed up in his actions, sure of what he is doing

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