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Haiti – Politic : Validation process of integration report of Disabled people – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - Politic : Validation process of integration report of Disabled people
Haitilibre.com
Recently, the Interministerial Committee on Human Rights (CIDP) met with Gérald Oriol, Jr., Secretary of State for the Integration of Persons with Disabilities, around the process of validation of initial report of Haiti to the Committee on the Rights ...

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Haiti – Education : Inauguration of the new Charles Moravia National school – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - Education : Inauguration of the new Charles Moravia National school
Haitilibre.com
As part of a project aimed at support the Ministry of Education for a quality education, the Digicel Foundation, in partnership with the organization "Happy Hearts Fund" created by the model Petra Nemcova and "Stiller Foundation", of the actor Ben ...

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Haiti – Politic : Signature of an agreement of $20M with USAID – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - Politic : Signature of an agreement of $20M with USAID
Haitilibre.com
Friday, as part of project, "Limyè ak òganizasyon pou kolektivite yo ale Lwen" (LOKAL+), David Basile, the Minister of Interior and Territorial Communities (MICT), accompanied by his Director General, Eng. Hertz Obas and several officials from the ...

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Cardinal O’Malley urges Dominicans to change citizenship policy – Eagle-Tribune


Cardinal O'Malley urges Dominicans to change citizenship policy
Eagle-Tribune
Many Haitians in the state work in the health care industry. Some estimate that up to 75 percent of all nursing home workers are Haitian. Other popular fields for Haitian immigrants are high-tech and education. In politics, Massachusetts state Rep ...

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Sisters using charity to keep families together in Haiti – Pittsburgh Post Gazette


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Sisters using charity to keep families together in Haiti
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Four years after Jamie and Ali McMutrie flew 54 orphans out of an earthquake-flattened Haiti into the international spotlight, those events are still outshining the sisters' current mission to keep Haitian families together. The harrowing 2010 ...

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Judge urges nine be charged in assassination of Haitian journalist – MiamiHerald.com


Judge urges nine be charged in assassination of Haitian journalist
MiamiHerald.com
PORT-AU-PRINCE -- An investigative judge looking into the high-profile political assassination of Haiti's most well-known journalist, Jean Léopold Dominique, is asking that nine individuals be charged in his 2000 murder, including an ex-senator from ...

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9 in Haiti Accused in Journalist Case – New York Times


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9 in Haiti Accused in Journalist Case
New York Times
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — A judge on Friday concluded the investigation into one of Haiti's most notorious political assassinations, accusing nine people, including close associates of former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, of having had a hand in the ...
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Ex-Haiti president's men accused of murderAljazeera.com
Nine charged in 2000 murder of Haitian journalist Jean DominiqueReuters
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Jean Dominique: 9 charged in slaying of Haitian journalist – WPTV


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Jean Dominique: 9 charged in slaying of Haitian journalist
WPTV
Nine people have been charged in the 2000 killing of one of Haiti's most renowned journalists, marking a huge step forward in a high-profile case that has otherwise seemed permanently stuck. Photographer: Joe Raedle, Getty Images Copyright Getty Images.

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