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Four years after Haiti earthquake, Samuel Chancelet Wilkins thrives in Beaverton – OregonLive.com


Four years after Haiti earthquake, Samuel Chancelet Wilkins thrives in Beaverton
OregonLive.com
For two years, they slogged through an adoption process, matched along the way with a Haitian infant they saw first in emailed jpegs. So when the earth quaked beneath Port-au-Prince on Jan. 12, 2010, it was little Samuel's dark somber eyes that came to ...

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How Haiti earthquake launched ‘digital humanitarianism’ – Christian Science Monitor


Christian Science Monitor

How Haiti earthquake launched 'digital humanitarianism'
Christian Science Monitor
When an earthquake devastated Haiti four years ago on Jan. 12, it also shook up how the world responds to such disasters. With the use of the Internet and mobile phones, survivors in Haiti sent out cries for help through tweets, texting, Facebook, and ...

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Haiti Builds Stronger After Quake, Gaps Remain – ABC News


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Haiti Builds Stronger After Quake, Gaps Remain
ABC News
On a steep hillside on the edge of Haiti's capital, Pacha Jeudy slaps soupy cement onto jagged cinderblocks and stacks them into a wobbly wall. The home looks likely to collapse in a big earthquake, just as his neighbors' houses did in the January 2010 ...
Four years after Haiti earthquake, Samuel Chancelet Wilkins thrives in BeavertonOregonLive.com
Haiti PM Highlights Headway 4 Years After EarthquakeWunderground.com (blog)
Haiti earthquake: where is US aid money going? Get the dataThe Guardian (blog)

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Canada’s Aid to Haiti Supports Its Own Economic Interest Not Haiti’s … – Atlanta Black Star


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Canada's Aid to Haiti Supports Its Own Economic Interest Not Haiti's ...
Atlanta Black Star
The study, commissioned by Concertation pour Haiti, an alliance of Quebec groups that works to promote human rights in Haiti, suggests the Canadian government is refusing to give a detailed account of almost $555 million in aid to Haiti, an amount that ...
The forgotten victims of Haiti's earthquakeCNN (blog)
Marking fourth anniversary of Haiti earthquake, Ban calls on world to provide ...UN News Centre
Haiti remembersJamaica Observer
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The State Of Haiti Four Years After The Quake – Huffington Post

The State Of Haiti Four Years After The QuakeHuffington PostJan. 12 marks four years since a 7.0 magnitude earthquake rocked Haiti, killing over 100,000 and leaving millions more with damaged neighborhoods and hazardous conditions. What is the country ...

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The forgotten victims of Haiti’s earthquake – CNN (blog)


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The forgotten victims of Haiti's earthquake
CNN (blog)
Editor's note: Chiara Liguori is Amnesty International's Caribbean researcher. The views expressed are the writer's own. Four years ago this Sunday, a devastating earthquake struck the Caribbean island of Haiti, leaving an estimated 200,000 people dead ...
Haiti remembersJamaica Observer
Canada's Aid to Haiti Supports Its Own Economic Interest Not Haiti's ...Atlanta Black Star
Marking fourth anniversary of Haiti earthquake, Ban calls on world to provide ...UN News Centre
Dominican Today -CRIENGLISH.com
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Today in history – Sidney Daily News (subscription)

Today in historySidney Daily News (subscription)In 1912, textile workers at the Everett Mill in Lawrence, Mass., most of them immigrant women, walked off the job to protest wage cuts. In 1915, the House of Representatives rejected, 204-174, a constitut...

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Ice: So nice, we export it … to Quebec City – Montreal Gazette


Ice: So nice, we export it ... to Quebec City
Montreal Gazette
... that Montreal still makes the crystalline stuff; that a 1940s-era ice factory in Point St-Charles is still in business after staving off its parent company's bankruptcy in 2012; that hidden on a sidestreet is a gem of old-style manufacturing that's ...

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