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China ready to launch Chang'e-6 lunar probe
China ready to launch Chang'e-6 lunar probe

Beijing, May 2.- China will launch the Chang'e-6 probe this week with the aim of collecting samples from the far side of the Moon for the first time, an official source announced.

World Health Organization calls for strengthening measures against bird flu
World Health Organization calls for strengthening measures against bird flu

Geneva, May 1st. - The World Health Organization (WHO) called to remain attentive to the evolution of the H5N1 avian flu virus and to strengthen prevention and protection measures for workers in facilities where infections occurred.

Group of Seven agrees to close its coal plants by 2035
Group of Seven agrees to close its coal plants by 2035

London, April 30.- The countries belonging to the Group of Seven (G7) agreed to close all their coal plants, the most polluting fuel, no later than 2035, it emerged today.

United Nations Population Commission opens debates on sustainable development
United Nations Population Commission opens debates on sustainable development

United Nations, April 29.- The United Nations Population Commission will inaugurate today its 57th session focused on reviewing contributions to sustainable development and other critical issues on the international progress agenda.

Japanese technology transferred to Cuba for electrical improvement
Japanese technology transferred to Cuba for electrical improvement

Nueva Gerona, April 27.- The project of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), conceived to improve the supply of electrical energy in Isla de la Juventud, was officially transferred to Cuba, in an act chaired by Prime Minister Manuel Marrero Cruz.

New Cuban technology applied to boxing exhibited in Moscow
New Cuban technology applied to boxing exhibited in Moscow

Matanzas, April 26.- Boxing representatives of the Russian Olympic Committee learned in Moscow about the advantages of the Sports Intelligence Suite, a computer solution developed by the Matanzas Scientific and Technological Park (PCTM) to help prepare athletes.

 Call in Cuba for the 2024 Meteorology Convention
Call in Cuba for the 2024 Meteorology Convention

Havana, April 25.- The Cuban Meteorological Society (SOMETCUBA) convened its international convention from May 27 to 31, 2024, to debate the Sciences of the Atmosphere, it was reported today.

United Nations launches fund for refugees most threatened by climate crisis
United Nations launches fund for refugees most threatened by climate crisis

United Nations, April 25.- The United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) launched a call to raise 100 million dollars to combat the displaced people most threatened by the climate crisis in 2025.

Asia, region most prone to disasters and rapid warming
Asia, region most prone to disasters and rapid warming

Geneva, April 24.- In 2023, Asia was the region in the world most affected by weather, climate and water-related disasters, according to a new report published by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).

Key protein found in the fight against muscle loss in old age
Key protein found in the fight against muscle loss in old age

Washington, April 23.- A study showed that a protein called TP53INP2 may be key in the fight against the loss of muscle mass in aging, published in the journal Autophagy.

China publishes first high-definition lunar geological atlas
China publishes first high-definition lunar geological atlas

Beijing, April 22 - China published the world's first complete high-definition lunar geological atlas, which provides basic mapping data for future research and exploration.

Vaccination Week of the Americas begins
Vaccination Week of the Americas begins

Washington, April 20.- Under the motto “Act now to protect your future,” Vaccination Week in the Americas (VAS) begins today, with the aim of reaching more than 83.5 million people with almost 156 million dose.