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January 17, 2024

Asuncion, Jan 17 (Prensa Latina) Requesting the Paraguayan Congress by the Public Prosecutor's Office for reports on six lawmakers and their relatives accused of nepotism seeks to "have a complete X-ray" of these practices, Ultima Hora daily commented on Wednesday.
La Paz, Jan 17 (Prensa Latina) Three Bolivian policemen accused of extortion due to the theft of over USD$ 800,000 in a vehicle in Santa Cruz were sent on Wednesday to Palmasola prison, preventively detained.
Belmopan, Jan 17 (Prensa Latina) The Cuban Embassy in Belize confirmed on Wednesday the granting of scholarships by the Cuban Government to Belizean doctors graduated in the country, as part of the bilateral health agreements.
Davos, Switzerland, Jan 17 (Prensa Latina) Ecuadorian Foreign Minister Gabriela Sommerfeld stressed on Wednesday the pressing need to strengthen international cooperation in security matters during her attendance to Davos Economic Forum.
Havana, Jan 17 (Prensa Latina) Cuba´s Communications Minister Mayra Arevich and Iranian Deputy Communications and Information Technology Minister Meisam Abedi met and exchanged on strengthening ICT collaboration, official sources reported on Wednesday.
Guatemala City, Jan 17 (Prensa Latina) Guatemala’s Health Minister Oscar Cordon announced on Wednesday the implementation of a metropolitan master plan to provide peripheral centers with equipment and personnel in the short term.
Quito, Jan 17 (Prensa Latina) Ecuador’s National Police is currently investigating into the assassination of Prosecutor Cesar Suarez who had been prosecuting terrorism charges against 11 criminals who assaulted the TC Television channel last week.
Caracas, Jan 17 (Prensa Latina) Prior to the 19th NAM Summit, Venezuelan Foreign Minister Yvan Gil described as imperative to urge for unity, talks and progress towards a future of peace and justice.
Washington, Jan 17 (Prensa Latina) Over the last 30 years, the risk of dying from cancer has steadily declined, sparing some 4 million lives in the United States. This downward trend can partially be explained by big wins in smoking cessation, early cancer detection, and treatment advancements.