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How Canada tried – and failed – to help Haiti’s Aristide return to power – CBC.ca


How Canada tried – and failed – to help Haiti's Aristide return to power
CBC.ca
Despite its age, the anniversary of the coup in Haiti that ousted Jean-Bertrand Aristide in 1991 still has the power to draw angry supporters into the streets of the capital, Port-au-Prince, where police have recently been called in to break up pro ...

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New hope for Haiti from for-profit firms – Pittsburgh Post Gazette

New hope for Haiti from for-profit firmsPittsburgh Post GazettePORT AU PRINCE, Haiti -- At teeming intersections packed with airport traffic, armed U.N. peacekeepers double as traffic cops. In tent cities, Red Cross Humvees serve as food trucks, mobile...

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Forum planned to discuss state of Haitian community on Long Island – Newsday

NewsdayForum planned to discuss state of Haitian community on Long IslandNewsdayThe Elmont Cultural Center and the Haitian-American Political Action Committee of New York plan to hold a forum Monday night to discuss the state of the Haitian community o...

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Haiti – Security : Curtis bandits threaten to Hard Hit – Haitilibre.com

Haitilibre.comHaiti - Security : Curtis bandits threaten to Hard HitHaitilibre.comSaturday, October 12, 2013, around 2:00 pm the bandits of Curtis, tried unsuccessfully to block theNational Road #2, at Coq-Chante and ransom people, operation that faile...

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A court ruling to deny citizenship to Dominican Republic-born Haitians will be … – New York Daily News


New York Daily News

A court ruling to deny citizenship to Dominican Republic-born Haitians will be ...
New York Daily News
Clarification: An earlier version of this column identified Arielle Dominique of the Haitian Embassy as a contact for information on the planned protest at the Dominican Republic's New York consulate. In fact, neither Dominique nor the embassy are ...
Dominican court ruling renders hundreds of thousands statelessReuters
No conscience left for Haiti?Jamaica Observer

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The UN owes Haiti – New York Daily News


New York Daily News

The UN owes Haiti
New York Daily News
The disease's introduction to the Haitian half of Hispaniola began with the best intentions. After an awful earthquake rocked the nation in January 2010, relief workers and peacekeepers descended. Those included much-needed UN staffers whose last stop ...
Haitian Cholera Victims Sue for RedressThe People's Voice
Group demands compensation for Haitian familiesWestmoreland County Times
UN at fault for cholera outbreak in HaitiThe Oracle
University of Delaware Review -Las Vegas Sun
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Liberty Christian Academy’s One-room School Method Expands to Haiti – Twin Falls Times-News


Liberty Christian Academy's One-room School Method Expands to Haiti
Twin Falls Times-News
Romelus, a college student from Christian University of Haiti, taught a French class at Liberty Christian Academy on Wednesday — a school that offers classes to homeschool students in Jerome. Romelus is part of Aletheia Christian College's latest push ...

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