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La couverture universelle santé, une bonne idée mais son application est compliquée

Nice article in France about RSBY. The right to health for all and particularly in developing countries is certainly a noble idea, but how to apply it? The NGO Oxfam , CSU implies that everyone has the same financial protection and access to the same set of quality health services, whatever their employment status and ability to pay. But it can not be a…

70 years of water found in east Africa – Kenya

Scientists in Kenya have discovered a massive underground reserve that could allow the drought-ravaged country to meet its water needs for the next 70 years. Discovered in the desert of Kenya’s Turkana region, the Lotikipi Basin Aquifer contains more than 200 billion cubic meters of fresh water, and is about the size of Rhode Island. All told, the region…

Russian air force views unmanned fighters as the future – Russia’s Sixth Generation fighter plane will be unmanned

Russian aircraft designers are working on the creation of the sixth-generation unmanned fighter aircraft, Russian Army General Peter Deinekin stated last week. At present, Russia tests its fifth generation fighter T-50 (PAK FA). At the same time, experts believe that many European states will not be working on the fifth-generation combat aircraft – they will jump to…

Tunisia: Hollande – France Ready to Convert Part of National Debt Into Investment Projects

France does not have the best track record at this kind of behavior, any one look at Haiti lately? France is willing to convert a part of the Tunisian debt into investment projects,” French President François Hollande said. 80% of French enterprises set up in Tunisia are small- and medium-sized enterprises (SME) which frequently operate “as part…

Atomic Van der Waals force measured for the first time – physicsworld.com

Scientists in France are the first to make a direct measurement of the Van der Waals force between two atoms.The Van der Waals force between atoms, molecules and surfaces is a part of everyday life in many different ways. Spiders and geckos rely on it to walk up smooth walls, for example, and the force…

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