Cuba Defends in Cancun financial Experience of Kyoto

1 Cancun, Mexico, Dec 2. -Cuba insisted on taking advantage of the positive lessons of the Adaptation Fund under the Kyoto Protocol in the design of new financial mechanisms for climate change, although still in the process of maturation. The lessons of the fund must be taken into account in two main directions, the first one aimed at achieving a

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Ibero-American Neonatologists Meet in Cuba

1 Havana, Nov 9. – Under the slogan "Nothing More Important Than a Child," the 7th Ibero-American Neonatology Congress and 4th Meeting of Neonatology Nurses is being held in Havana from November 9-12. The focus of the event is on respiratory and neurological diseases, and courses and practical classes will be taught by experts on issues such as resuscitating newborns,

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Child Labor is an Evil Present in Europe

0 Brussels, Jun 2. -More than two million children under the age of 15 are salaried workers in the European Union, even in developed countries such as Holland, Denmark and France, charged the Non Governmental Organization "Save the Children." Children who work is one of the most extended phenomenom in all of central and eastern Europe, while poverty forces the

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Anti-Polio Second Stage in Cuba

0 Havana, Apr 23  -. -The second stage of the 49th National Vaccination Campaign against poliomyelitis is starting on Friday in Cuba, which should immunize more than 500,000 children against that disease, once it has been concluded. In this stage, some 362,525 under three-year-old toddlers will receive a second oral dose (two drops), while 143,080 nine-year-old children will have the

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Deceit and Crime, Akin to Attacks on Cuba

2 Havana, Apr 15. -Deceit and crime seem to be inseparable constituent elements in aggressions against Cuba, which is currently under the attack of a media campaign and was victim of a bombing by eight B-26 planes 48 years ago. Those aircrafts, with the Cuban Revolutionary Armed Force logo and national flag, were responding to mercenary interests and instead of

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