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Haiti hit with more violence amid third day of protests

Haiti hit with more violence amid third day of protests  Washington Post Haiti Hit wth More Violence Amid Third Day of Protests  Voice of America At Least Eight Deaths Reported As Unrest In Haiti Continues  CBS Miami Full coverage

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Haiti hit with more violence amid third day of protests – Washington Post

Washington PostHaiti hit with more violence amid third day of protestsWashington PostPORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Haiti faced a third day of protests and violence on Tuesday as anger grew over allegations of government corruption. An Associated Press journa...

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Haitian Americans top list of immigrants fleeing to Canada – Face2Face Africa

Face2Face AfricaHaitian Americans top list of immigrants fleeing to CanadaFace2Face AfricaMany have blamed this development on the tough immigration policies of U.S. President Donald Trump. For the Haitians, most of whom are American-born minors crossi...

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Haitian immigrants revived America’s turkey town. This Thanksgiving together might be their last. – Washington Post


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Haitian immigrants revived America's turkey town. This Thanksgiving together might be their last.
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CROIX-DES-BOUQUETS, Haiti — In a proud but unfinished home on a dirt road where goats and children walk together, four generations of one family live under an earthquake-proof roof. Jean Felix Petit-Frere, a 63-year-old grandfather, has paid for the ...

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Haitian immigrants revived America’s turkey town. This Thanksgiving together might be their last. – The Washington Post

Haitian immigrants revived America’s turkey town. This Thanksgiving together might be their last.  The Washington Post The Haitian earthquake brought immigrants and a struggling North Carolina town together. Trump’s immigration policy would pull them apart.

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Pensacola Navy doctor has message of hope for children of his native Haiti – Pensacola News Journal

Pensacola Navy doctor has message of hope for children of his native Haiti  Pensacola News Journal With little money and limited education, Jean Mathurin came to the U.S. from the slums of Haiti. Today he’s a physician, author and a Navy officer.

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Haitian Times News Roundup – Nov. 20 – Haitian Times

Haitian TimesHaitian Times News Roundup – Nov. 20Haitian TimesThe Haitian National Police reports six people killed, five wounded and twenty protesters arrested. While the organizers of the protests report 11 dead, 45 wounded and 75 arrests. Reports Ra...

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Haitian Times News Roundup – Nov. 20 – Haitian Times

Haitian Times News Roundup – Nov. 20  Haitian Times Haiti. Violent Protests Erupt Across Haiti; 11 dead, Scores Hurt. November 18, 2018, commemoration of the 215th anniversary of the Battle of Vertieres ( battle …

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LePage denies pardon for Waterville resident deported to Haiti – Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

LePage denies pardon for Waterville resident deported to Haiti  Kennebec Journal & Morning SentinelWATERVILLE — Gov. Paul LePage has denied a request to pardon an underlying trafficking conviction for Waterville resident Lexius Saint Martin, ...

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