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World’s first case of Alzheimer’s in a 19-year-old patient

Beijing, Feb 4.- A team of experts from a hospital in Beijing in China released the first case of a 19-year-old patient with Alzhéimer, a condition normally associated with the elderly, local media reported this Friday.

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United States detects alleged Chinese aerostatic globe

Washington, Feb 3rd.- The United States military is monitoring the passage of a spy hot air balloon from China that was detected on Wednesday flying over the northern state of Montana, NBC News reported, citing two US officials and a Pentagon source. 

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Right-wing proposal on early elections in Peru fails

Lima, Feb 2.- The project of the Fuerza Popular (FP) party, of constitutional reform to carry out advanced elections in Peru, definitively failed, after three failed attempts of the Congress to achieve a consensus for this purpose.

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President of El Salvador presents megaprison

San Salvador, 1st Feb.- The president of El Salvador, Nayib Bukele, presented on national radio and television the megaprison that will host thousands of gang members detained in the country.

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Cuban Justice Minister to Attend London Debt Hearings

London, Feb 1st.-  The Minister of Justice of Cuba, Oscar Silvera, assured that he will participate in the final days of the hearing in the High Court of England, where a litigation for several debt titles is settled.

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Massive march in Lima confirms political and social crisis in Peru

Lima, 31 Jan. - A massive protest march toured the Peruvian capital for at least eight hours from the Huaycán neighborhood, in the outskirts to the center of the extensive city, showed this Monday the face of the long political and social crisis.

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Expectations for parliamentary session and presidential ultimatum in Peru

Lima, Jan 30.- Peru awaits today with expectation the tenuous possibility that Congress will unlock the advance of the elections as relief to the political-social crisis, urged by a kind of presidential ultimatum and a new death. 

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Italian organizations ratify solidarity with Cuba (+ Post)

Rome, Jan 27.- Dozens of political parties, popular movements, youth organizations and Italian solidarity associations, mobilized today in front of the Pantheon in Rome, in an act to support the Cuban Revolution. 

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Supreme Court judge receives report on coup attempt in Brazil

Brasilia, Jan 27.- The federal controller in the Public Security of the Federal District (DF), Ricardo Cappelli, will deliver today to Judge Alexandre de Moraes, of the Supreme Court, a report on the coup acts perpetrated here on January 8. 

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Biden pressured to stop migrant program in US

Washington, Jan 26.- The administration of US President Joe Biden is dealing today with a lawsuit filed by a coalition of 20 states led by Republicans that seeks to stop its program for immigrants from four Latin American countries. 

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Presidents of Venezuela and Cuba hold working meeting

Caracas, Jan 25.- The President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, held a working meeting this Wednesday with his Cuban counterpart, Miguel Díaz-Canel, within the framework of strengthening bilateral cooperation. 

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Iran announces the capture of terrorist groups linked to Israel

Tehran, Jan 25.- More than twelve terrorist groups affiliated with the Israeli government have been detained in Iran, announced the country's intelligence minister, Seyyed Esmaeil Khatib, quoted by the Mehr agency. 

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Riots in Peru

Lima, Jan 23.- Opposition protesters besieged this Sunday the La Joya police station, a key road point in the southern region of Arequipa, while mobilizations, strikes, and roadblocks were carried out in 27 other points in the country. 

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Cuba among 20 destinations for new tourist trips from China

Beijing, Jan 21.- Cuba and 19 other countries in the world are the first destinations selected by China to resume group tourist trips for its citizens, which have been interrupted since 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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Colombian authorities attend landslide emergency

Bogota, 20 Jan. - Colombian authorities continue to attend to the emergency caused by a landslide in the municipality of Rosas, department of Cauca.

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Award Cuba to Mexican soldiers who supported fire fighting in Matanzas (+ photos)

Mexico City, 19 Jan. - Cuba awarded the Order on Thursday to the Distinguished Service of the Revolutionary Armed Forces (FAR), to the Mexican military for their support in extinguishing the fire in Matanzas.

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Lula for proposals to readjust minimum wage in Brazil

Brasilia, 19 Jan. - The President of Brazil, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, determined that the ministries develop proposals to establish a policy of readjustment of the minimum wage and its management and monitoring instruments.

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Türkiye possible early of elections

Ankara, 18 Jan. - Türkiye’s President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, announced today 14 May as a possible date to hold the parliamentary and presidential elections in the country, initially scheduled for 18 June.

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Ratification of investigation on Bolsonaro for coup attempt in Brazil

Brasilia, 17 Jan. - The defeated Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro will be investigated for the terrorist acts of his supporters who invaded and preyed on the headquarters of the three powers in this capital on January 8, was confirmed today.

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Brazilian government warns of possible new coup attempts

Brasilia, 16 Jan. - The Government of Brazil activated all the security forces before possible new coup actions, announced for today by radical followers of the defeated president Jair Bolsonaro in the capital Esplanade of the Ministries.

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Traveling to Cuba: recommended by The New York Times in 2023 (+ Photos)

Washington, Jan 14.- Culture, gastronomy and natural beauties are qualities that the American newspaper The New York Times took into account for Cuba to appear today on a list of 52 places to which it recommends traveling in 2023. 

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President of Venezuela sued United States for cessation of coercive measures

Caracas, 13 Jan. - President Nicolás Maduro demanded on Thursday that the US government lift the more than 927 unilateral coercive measures imposed on Venezuela, which caused enormous damage to the economic and social life of the country.

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Security strengthened in Brazil in face of new coup threats

Brasilia, 11 Jan. - The Brazilian Government decided to strengthen security throughout the national territory after right-wing extremists called for new demonstrations today in capital cities.

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Secret plan to force Pope Francis resignation comes to light 

Vatican City, 10 Jan. - After the death of Benedict XVI, the Vatican conservatives would be carrying out a secret plan to subject Pope Francis to such pressure that he would resign.