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Pablo Neruda: Poetry will not have Sung in Vain

48 years ago, one of Latin America’s finest poets passed away, grieving the death of Chile’s socialist hopes, and from torment of a chronic...

Stacey Abrams nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

Reuters reported that Georgia Democratic Party and voting rights activist Stacey Abrams received a Nobel Peace Prize nomination for her efforts to get more...

The Doctors of Cuba deserve a Nobel Prize: British MP

Labour Member of parliament Navendu Mishra became the third British MP to formally nominate Cuba & their Henry Reeve International Medical Brigade...

Genome Editing, Nobel prize and the Bioethics

It’s the Nobel prize season. Early this month, the Nobel prize for chemistry was announced and it is being hailed as historical because for...

Italy Recommends Cuban Medical Brigade for Nobel Peace Prize

Italian authorities, representatives of the Church, and social organizations acknowledged on May 23 Cuban efforts to face COVID across the country. According to a Telesur.net,...

Making of the Eritrea-Ethiopia conflict, from Berlin to Badme

In 2019, the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Ethiopia Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed for his role in addressing the conflict between his country...

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