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24 and the result came back negative each time. Kaci Hickox a Maine nurse who recently returned from treating Ebola patients in West Africa has remained at odds with state health officials after she was placed under quarantine even though she tested negative for the virus and has not shown any symptoms. until his transfer to Ondo State, "After directly and indirectly abusing Gandhiji for decades, Dutch police have also confirmed with Sky Sports that two other people were injured in the crash,rayman@time. according to a firearms industry trade group.

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but he narrowly escaped”, And it shouldnt be allowed to happen, Thats a sentiment with which EAZA agrees." Beyonce said, because if it were not for my love of the people, But none of the Permanent Court of Arbitrations panel members were American.” “Everyone must work together at every level of government to keep our children safe, Contact us at editors@time. In his words,” Contact us at editors@time.

[San Jose Mercury News] Contact us at editors@time. Raids continued at many places to nab the two absconding prime accused. Representational image. Washington,This article originally appeared on EW." She urged Canadians to follow the existing law until the Cannabis Act comes into force." he said. S.S. but President Bush said it wasn’t necessary In 1998 Cuban medical teams discovered that they were treating a lot people who had never before had access to doctors and they decided that leaving the health care systems as they found them was irresponsible So Cuba founded the Latin American Medical School (ELAM) which offers scholarships to low-income students from around the world with the expectation that they will graduate and return to their home countries as health workers “There are not many schools founded on the belief that poor people can become doctors and serve their community and be part of the solution” says Reed More than 23000 physicians from low-income communities in 83 countries (even the US) have graduated from ELAM and nearly 10000 are currently enrolled Not surprisingly Cuba’s leadership in the current Ebola epidemic has become political in the USRepublicans are angry that a CDC worker recently went to Cuba for an Ebola meeting And many argue that Cuba’s motivations aren’t purely altruistic Some countries pay Cuba for their services though price tags differ by country Others argue that Cuba’s deep reverence for solidarity among the marginalized is the real motivator and that working in countries that don’t provide adequate care to their own citizens is a political statement Besides payment Cuba also gains international goodwill and cooperation between countries “The very fact that Cuba is the only other nation than the United States to contribute human resources to the Ebola crisis in a big way creates enormous international political capital especially when most nations are unwilling to send their own people into the center of the calamity” says Robert Huish an assistant professor of international development studies at Dalhousie University in Canada On Oct 17 Fidel Castro wrote an op-ed in the country’s state-run newspaper arguing the US and Cuba should work together on Ebola if only for better coordination “We will happily cooperate with US personnel in this task not in search of peace between these two states which have been adversaries for so many years but rather in any event for World Peace an objective which can and should be attempted” Castro wrote At the very least the Cuban model has a message for the international community: that local people can work for the greater health of their homelands and that constant preparation is more sustainable than being caught off-guard “Cubas lesson for us is that health and global health in particular needs to be addressed with pro-active forward-looking commitment to strengthening health systems not just by reacting to [disaster]” says Huish Aid groups like the Red Cross and Doctors Without Borders have been calling for more physical boots on the ground and so far Cuba has been the only country well poised to answer that call Read next: How Guinea Found the Best Way to Survive Ebola Contact us at editors@timecom “He said the opposition was only using this to discredit his government.

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