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


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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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Judge Judy helps naturalize 149 U.S. citizens in Brooklyn – New York Daily News


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Judge Judy helps naturalize 149 U.S. citizens in Brooklyn
New York Daily News
Sheindlin said her grandparents were well-educated professionals who came to America from the Ukraine, but she did not know much about their immigrant experience. “I don't think ... “I'm a real fan of hers,” said Loune Point Du Jour, 35, of Haiti. “But ...

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Medical partnership to improve health care in Haiti – Bismarck Tribune

Medical partnership to improve health care in HaitiBismarck TribuneTOM STROMME/Tribune Lura Spears, left, is a nurse anesthetist at St. Alexius Medical Center and Marie-Jeanne Bertrand, who is a nurse anesthetist in Haiti. They are two of the founders ...

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‘Judge Judy’ experiences courtroom ‘first’ – New York Daily News


'Judge Judy' experiences courtroom 'first'
New York Daily News
Sheindlin posed for one photo with Mexican immigrant Lupe Delgado before dashing off without speaking to reporters. Delgado, 50, said he was more familiar ... “I'm a real fan of hers,” said Loune Point Du Jour, 35, of Haiti. “But I like the Judge Judy ...

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Haitian Traditions and Culture: A Day of Celebration at WheatonArts – Cape May County Herald (press release)


Haitian Traditions and Culture: A Day of Celebration at WheatonArts
Cape May County Herald (press release)
MILLVILLE -- WheatonArts will celebrate Haitian traditions and culture on Nov. 10 with a special presentation, hands-on demonstration and concert. The day's activities are being presented in conjunction with the exhibit, “Remembering Ginen: Haitian ...

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Haiti: Uruguay Will Withdraw from MINUSTAH, President Says Beginning of End … – Center for Research on Globalization


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Haiti: Uruguay Will Withdraw from MINUSTAH, President Says Beginning of End ...
Center for Research on Globalization
Following a visit earlier this month from Haitian Sen. Moïse Jean-Charles, Uruguay's President José Mujica told a council of ministers on Oct. 28 that he would withdraw Uruguayan troops from the United Nations Mission to Stabilize Haiti (MINUSTAH), the ...
UN sued for introducing cholera to HaitiIrish Examiner
Uruguay to withdraw its UN peacekeepers from HaitiLas Vegas Sun
Uruguay to pull peacekeepers from HaitiInfosurhoy

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Masters of disaster bring cholera to Haiti and polio to Syria – OpEdNews


Masters of disaster bring cholera to Haiti and polio to Syria
OpEdNews
Haiti and Syria are victims of their rescuers. The two nations are now sites of major disease outbreaks. Cholera in Haiti and polio in Syria didn't just happen. Through negligence, those who claim to rescue the people imported the disease entities and ...

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Immigration reform, homelessness same crisis, only different – Times-Standard

Immigration reform, homelessness same crisis, only differentTimes-StandardIn the Dominican Republic, the very poor are generally Haitian immigrants. The DR shares a relatively small island with Haiti, so it is not surprising that people from Haiti seek...

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Building Back, But by Half? Donor Haiti Earthquake Response Still Struggles to … – Huffington Post


Building Back, But by Half? Donor Haiti Earthquake Response Still Struggles to ...
Huffington Post
Haitian women were disproportionately affected by the earthquake that shook Haiti almost four years ago and its aftermath. The estimated US$ 8 billion in damages does not capture how the crisis worsened women's and girls' homelessness, insecurity, ...

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