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Noncitizen voting in Boston would have the biggest impact in E. Boston, Dorchester, Mattapan – Boston Herald

Boston HeraldNoncitizen voting in Boston would have the biggest impact in E. Boston, Dorchester, MattapanBoston HeraldExpanding voting rights to noncitizen legal immigrants looks like it would have the biggest effect at the polls in neighborhoods such ...

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Colorado musicians stuck in Haiti after political unrest explodes – 9News.com KUSA


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Colorado musicians stuck in Haiti after political unrest explodes
9News.com KUSA
KUSA — Americans in Haiti are being told to stay inside as people are burning and vandalizing the island's capital city after days of violent protests. The protests began after the government tried to raise fuel prices. Officials scrapped those plans ...
More protests in Haiti as unrest continues over fuel pricesWTOP
Strike shuts down Haiti capital after three days of protestsNBCNews.com

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African immigrants not immune to Trump’s aggressive immigration policies – The Philadelphia Tribune


The Philadelphia Tribune

African immigrants not immune to Trump's aggressive immigration policies
The Philadelphia Tribune
Before and after being elected president, Trump has called for stricter immigration policies and made numerous disparaging comments about countries and racial groups, including calling Haiti and African nations “s--thole” countries and making a ...

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Metro Detroit church members in Haiti headed home – The Detroit News

The Detroit NewsMetro Detroit church members in Haiti headed homeThe Detroit NewsMembers of a Metro Detroit church working in Haiti all are expected back in the United States by Wednesday after being stranded when protests erupted in the impoverished n...

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Missionaries from Orange City and Sanford stuck in Haiti – Fox 35 Orlando

Fox 35 OrlandoMissionaries from Orange City and Sanford stuck in HaitiFox 35 OrlandoHAITI (FOX 35 WOFL) - A church group from "the Journey" based out of Orange City and Sanford traveled to Haiti on a mission trip last week. Along with spreadi...

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Haiti Insecurity Continues Despite Gas Price Rollback – Voice of America

Voice of AmericaHaiti Insecurity Continues Despite Gas Price RollbackVoice of AmericaAnti-government protesters in Haiti organized a general strike Monday after violent fuel protests left at least four people dead. The normally bustling capital, Port-a...

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Missionary from Hubbardston weathers protests in Haiti – Worcester Telegram

Worcester TelegramMissionary from Hubbardston weathers protests in HaitiWorcester TelegramA missionary from Central Massachusetts who is “in the middle of the craziness” in Haiti sparked by a now-rescinded government plan to raise fuel prices in the im...

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Upstate teen in Haiti for mission work coming home amid rioting – WSPA.com


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Upstate teen in Haiti for mission work coming home amid rioting
WSPA.com
SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SC (WSPA) - One Upstate mother is anxious for the safe return of her teenage daughter who is doing mission work in Haiti, where violent rioting is happening over an increase in fuel prices. Shellie Rochester's daughter ...

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