Fuel increases were the last straw for many HaitiansThe Philadelphia TribuneHaiti is in a state of unrest again as there are riots and warnings are being posted for tourist to either avoid visiting the country at this time or to stay confined to the re...Read More »
Try All-You-Can-Eat (And Drink) Brunch at Silver Spring's New Haitian Restaurant
What started as a weekly brunch pop-up has evolved into one of the DC-area's only full-fledged Haitian restaurants: Port-au-Prince, a cozy and colorful eatery that just opened in Silver Spring. Previously, if Roberto Massillon craved food from his ...
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Doctors Without Borders Closing 2 Hospitals in Haiti Capital
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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Doctors Without Borders is closing two hospitals in Haiti's capital opened by the aid group in the aftermath of the January 2010 earthquake that devastated much of the city, an official with the organization said Friday.
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Haitilibre.comHaiti - News : Zapping...Haitilibre.comCivil society organizations including the Haitian Center for Analysis and Research in Human Rights (CARDH), the National Network for the Defense of Human Rights (RNDDH), the Episcopal Commission for ...Read More »
If Haiti’s government does not confront poverty, corruption, more unrest will follow Haitian Times Haiti: The elements of a crisis Global Americans Overstand: Driving Haiti to the Brink and Back Okayafrica Full coverageRead More »
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By Brian Concannon Jr. This opinion article was originally published in the Miami Herald. Saturday's resignation of Haiti's Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant, ...
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Early Bird Newspaper (press release)Haitian mission team back safe and soundEarly Bird Newspaper (press release)UNION CITY, Ind. – The Pleasant Hill Church mission team that recently visited Haiti is now home safe and sound. The group of seven – six f...Read More »
Haitian TimesSocial Unrest Is Tied to Leaders IncompetenceHaitian TimesHaiti is known as a “black” country, because more than 90 percent of the population is of African ancestry. But at home, the lighter your skin, the higher social and by extension ec...Read More »