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Fabiola Santiago: Ethnic battle over Little Haiti hurts all – MiamiHerald.com


Fabiola Santiago: Ethnic battle over Little Haiti hurts all
MiamiHerald.com
But the territorial matter in question — whether to bestow official designation to a part of Miami casually referred to as Little Haiti, an area that includes historic Lemon City — has unleashed unnecessary fury and prejudice. It's become another ...

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UN sued for introducing cholera to Haiti – Irish Examiner

Center for Research on GlobalizationUN sued for introducing cholera to HaitiIrish ExaminerOrphan Nixon Ducaste carries fellow orphan, Saul Mezier, in a tap-tap, a Haitian shared taxi, after they both were treated for cholera infection at a Doctors With...

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Haiti – Social : Management of the teenagers demography – Haitilibre.com

Haitilibre.comHaiti - Social : Management of the teenagers demographyHaitilibre.comA situation even more worrying that while many countries are experiencing population growth due to migration rates, the growth of the population in Haiti is caused by th...

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Haitian Runners Ready to Take on NYC Marathon – ABC News

Voice of AmericaHaitian Runners Ready to Take on NYC MarathonABC NewsLamour is one of five runners representing the island nation for the J/P Haitian Relief Organization, the nonprofit started by actor Sean Penn after the earthquake ripped through Hait...

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Local law enforcement accused of wrongfully targeting immigrants in Philly suburb – Newsworks.org


Local law enforcement accused of wrongfully targeting immigrants in Philly suburb
Newsworks.org
She also helped shape Wired.com's "Haiti Rewired" project, a 2010 Knight Batten Innovations in Journalism Awards "notable initiative" following aid delivery and reconstruction after the earthquake in Haiti. She is from Boston. Emma welcomes thoughts ...

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Haiti – Sports : 2013 ING New York City Marathon D-1 – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - Sports : 2013 ING New York City Marathon D-1
Haitilibre.com
Increasingly, the world's attention is focused on Haiti and talents of our country are being discovered, this time, the opportunity is given to Haiti to compete for the first time, with nearly 45,000 runners from around the world, to the 2013 ING New ...

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Charity builds house in Haiti for boy’s family – Times Herald-Record


Charity builds house in Haiti for boy's family
Times Herald-Record
MIDDLETOWN — A local charity has accomplished its first goal toward building a house for the family of the Haitian boy after which the charity is named. Jean Elie Cadet was a preschooler at the Ecole Mixte des Aigles near Port-au-Prince, a school ...

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Jamaica ease past Haiti – Jamaica Gleaner


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Jamaica ease past Haiti
Jamaica Gleaner
Jamaica's Jessica Johnson chasing a pass inside Haiti's penalty area during their Group One 2013 CONCACAF Under-17 football Championship match at the Montego Bay Sports Complex yesterday. Johnson netted a brace as Jamaica won 3-0. - Photo by ...
Johnson propels Jamaica U17 women past HaitiBoxscore
FOOTBALL: U-17 Reggae Girls seek second win in CONCACAF matchupGo Jamaica

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Haitian men have cause and run with it – New York Daily News


New York Daily News

Haitian men have cause and run with it
New York Daily News
Cesarion, 27, has long since tossed the tennis shoes, and emerged as one of the top distance runners in Haiti. On Sunday morning, he and four fleet Haitian compatriots will traverse the five boroughs in their first U.S. marathon, a so-called “Long Run ...

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