Buenos Aires, Nov 7. -The ideas and relevance of Fidel Castro, the struggle of the Cuban people and their tireless solidarity were highlighted here in the opening of a public chair dedicated to the revolutionary leader at the José C. Paz National University.
Havana, Nov. 7-Cuba is an example of primary healthcare and the service that nurses provide to the population, said an official of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO).
Wuzhen, Nov 7. -China urged the peaceful use of the Internet and its application to stimulate and ensure the equitable progress and welfare of the international community.
Mogadishu, Nov 7. -Female genital mutilation (FGM), considered by the UN a crime against minors and which is common in Somalia, tends to decrease, according to a study whose results were published on Wednesday in local media.
Santiago de Chile, Nov 7. -Latin America and the Caribbean, a region that has achieved good results in the struggle against hunger, has reported a slowdown in the past three years with little progress in mitigating a scourge that affects some 39 million people.
Camagüey, Nov 7. -In order to maintain the genetic potential and develop a sustainable tropical livestock in each farm, the delegation of the Ministry of Agriculture and the Camagüey subsidiary of the Cuban Association of Animal Production (ACPA), run a program for the agro ecological management of the soils dedicated to this activity.
Beijing, Nov 7. -President Miguel Diaz-Canel met on Wednesday with the members of the Cuban Embassy and students in China, and stressed the importance of their work for bilateral ties and the development of the Caribbean island.