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Mexico Approves Use of Second Cuban-Made Covid Vaccine

By MELISSA T. CASTRO Mexico’s Federal Commission for the Protection against Sanitary Risks (Cofepris), announced late Saturday, Nov. 19, that the Cuban-made Soberana vaccine has been approved for nationwide use against covid-19. The Soberana vaccine, uses a conjugate of the receptor-binding “S” protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus recombined with a tetanus toxoid. Mexican Undersecretary of Public Health Hugo López-Gatell had

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Premeditated Evil

OPINION By ENRIQUE KRUAZE  The great Hungarian theoretician György Lukács was a member of the intellectual circle of German socialist Max Weber and was therefore well aware of the famous reflection of the master: “Whoever seeks the salvation of his soul and that of others must not do so through the path of politics, whose tasks, which are very opposed

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Cuban Doctors in Mexico May Be Victims of Human Trafficking

By MARK LORENZANA The arrival of Cuban doctors in Mexico will continue as long as there is a demand for specialists, said Zoé Robledo, director of Mexico’s Social Security Institute (IMSS), as more Cuban physicians were deployed in the country on Tuesday, Aug. 19 — this time in the Mexican states of Guerrero and Campeche. Around 50 Cuban doctors arrived

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AMLO Sends Aid to Help Cuba Put Out Oil Fire

PULSE NEWS MEXICO As a massive crude oil fire in the Cuban port of Matanzas continued to burn for a second day, spreading to yet another storage tank and threatening the island nation’s already-limited energy supply, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) on Saturday, Aug. 6, announced that he would be sending humanitarian assistance in the form of military

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