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Henri Namphy: Coup leader and former president who said, ‘Haiti has only one voter – the army’ – The Independent


The Independent

Henri Namphy: Coup leader and former president who said, 'Haiti has only one voter – the army'
The Independent
Lieutenant-general Henri Namphy, twice president and military ruler, of Haiti, was involved in three coups d'état, two of which he led. The third, by his own army in 1988, forced him into exile in the Dominican Republic, the Spanish-speaking country ...

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Immigrant Rights Advocates Argue Trump’s Ending Of Migrant Protections Is Racist – WBUR


WBUR

Immigrant Rights Advocates Argue Trump's Ending Of Migrant Protections Is Racist
WBUR
The Trump administration has ended the temporary humanitarian protection for immigrants from countries including Haiti, Honduras and El Salvador. Government officials say things have improved in these countries, and they must consider only conditions ...

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Haiti unrest: Protesters call for PM’s resignation – Aljazeera.com


Aljazeera.com

Haiti unrest: Protesters call for PM's resignation
Aljazeera.com
Haiti's prime minister is facing increasing calls to step down, after days of violent demonstrations sparked by plans to raise fuel prices. There were peaceful protests across the country on Wednesday - and more are expected later this week in the run ...

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Local missionary in middle of unrest in Haiti – Brunswick News

Brunswick NewsLocal missionary in middle of unrest in HaitiBrunswick NewsPoppell will fly into Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on a Jet Blue flight, the only one of the day, and Lynn Poppell will take the same plane back to the U.S. The Poppells are concerned f...

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Oakland Co church mission returns safely after Haitian unrest – Fox 2 Detroit

Fox 2 DetroitOakland Co church mission returns safely after Haitian unrestFox 2 Detroit(WJBK) - After we told you about their plight Sunday, 107 members of an Oakland County church doing mission work in Haiti are on their way back home. Cell phone vide...

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Vance R. Parker: Immigration policy threatens seniors’ care – Winston-Salem Journal


Vance R. Parker: Immigration policy threatens seniors' care
Winston-Salem Journal
It's not clear how many direct care workers rely on TPS, but it is estimated that there are 34,600 non-U.S. citizens from Haiti, El Salvador, Nicaragua (for which TPS is ending next year) and Honduras. In addition to this, another 11,000 come from ...

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