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HAVANA, Cuba, Dec 2 (acn) Forty one French tourists were injured in a road accident on Monday as the bus in which they were traveling ran into another vehicle on the national highway in the territory of the south-central province of Cienfuegos.
Vienna: The U.N. atomic agency said on Monday it had sent Sierra Leone equipment first used in nuclear processes that can help it quickly diagnose the deadly Ebola virus and it was also in contact with other West African states about their needs.
WASHINGTON – At least three out of every four nurses in the United States feel unprepared to adequately treat patients with Ebola, according to a survey released on Monday.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro thanked Cuba for its contribution to the training of local physicians. He made the remarks during the 10th graduation ceremony of 40 doctors held on Tuesday at the Teatro Nacional of Caracas.
Ecuadorian Economic and Social Inclusion minister Betty Tola and Cuban deputy Education minister Irene Rivero signed a bilateral cooperation accord in the capital Quito in the areas of attention to the disabled and child development.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - More than 100,000 veterans are experiencing waits of more than 90 days for appointments at medical centers run by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, according to an internal audit released by the troubled agency on Monday.