The UN's Mission in Haiti Consists of Terrorism and Military Occupation
Huffington Post Canada
Far from being an exaggeration, the aforementioned accounts on what is happening and has been happening with MINUSTAH in Haiti for the past decade unequivocally paints a picture of colluding local elites and foreign interests cannibalistically ...
UNESCO sinks claim Haiti wreck was Christopher Columbus's ship
Columbus stopped in Cuba, and then the island of Hispaniola -- home to modern-day Haiti and the Dominican Republic -- before his Santa Maria hit a reef and went down on December 25, 1492. The Spaniards built a fort near where the ship went down and ...
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Monday: Should Haiti have a state funeral for "Baby Doc" Duvalier?
There have been some murmurings that former dictator Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier might get a state funeral in Haiti. Rather than spending money on a funeral, how about just putting up a sign that says “Good Riddance.” Duvalier, who died at 63 of a ...
Duvalier's Death Causes Mixed Reactions In Miami's Little HaitiNPR
Divided Haiti prepares national farewell for 'Baby Doc'Yahoo News
Tim Stanley: How the Duvalier dynasty ruined HaitiNational Post
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UN says wreck near Haiti not Columbus' ship
United Nations experts have refuted claims made by a US marine archaeologist that a wreck off Haiti was Christopher Columbus's flagship "Santa Maria" which he used for his first voyage to the Americas. "There is now indisputable proof that the wreck is ...
UNESCO report: Wreck off Haiti not 'Santa Maria'
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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — A report from the U.N. cultural agency released Monday concludes that a shipwreck found off northern Haiti could not be the Santa Maria, the lost flagship from Christopher Columbus' first voyage to the Western Hemisphere, ...
The Baby Doc Divide: Why South Florida's Haitians Disagree On Duvalier
From Stalin in Russia to Pinochet in Chile, there's at least one thing we've learned about dictators: Despite the terrible things they often do, people's memories of them can be fond as well as frightening. Former Haitian dictator Jean-Claude “Baby Doc ...
Ousted Haitian Dictator Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier DiesWFMY News 2
Haiti's 'Baby Doc' Duvalier diesWorcester Telegram
'Baby Doc' Duvalier, the man who put a curse on HaitiTelegraph.co.uk (blog)
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Duvalier's Death Causes Mixed Reactions In Miami's Little Haiti
People with ties to Haiti are remembering one of that country's former dictators. Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier died over the weekend. The old saying goes, speak nothing but good of the dead, but that is hard for Patrick Gaspard to do. He's a U.S ...
New York Times (blog)
The Learning Network | 6 Q's About the News | Haitian Women's Soccer Team ...
New York Times (blog)
In the article “Soccer Is All They Have,” Jeré Longman writes about the Haitian women's team and its hope for reaching the World Cup. WHERE does the women's national soccer team from Haiti train? WHERE will the 2015 Women's World Cup tournament be ...
Jean Claude Duvalier Dead: Haitian Ex-Dictator Dies At 63
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Jean-Claude Duvalier, who presided over what was widely acknowledged as a corrupt and brutal regime as the self-proclaimed "president for life" of Haiti until a popular uprising sent him into a 25-year exile, has died. He ...
Jean-Claude Duvalier, ex-Haitian leader known as Baby Doc, dies at 63Washington Post
The Man Who Declared Himself Haiti's 'President for Life' Has DiedTheBlaze.com
Jean-Claude Duvalier Dies at 63; Ruled Haiti in Father's Brutal FashionNew York Times
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