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No conscience left for Haiti? – Jamaica Observer


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No conscience left for Haiti?
Jamaica Observer
One is about a lawsuit against the United Nations filed in a New York court on behalf of victims of a cholera epidemic in Haiti that killed more than 8,000 people and made hundreds of thousands sick. Hearings began last week. In the other, lawyers and ...
A court ruling to strip Dominican Republic-born Haitians of citizenship will ...New York Daily News
Dominican court ruling renders hundreds of thousands statelessDAWN.com
UNICEF Warns of Dominican Republic Citizenship Ruling's Impact on ChildrenCaribbean Journal

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Austin physician bringing hope, clinic to Haitian village – Austin American-Statesman


Austin physician bringing hope, clinic to Haitian village
Austin American-Statesman
He said he volunteered his services after the horrific earthquake in Haiti in early 2010, partly because he was doing research on how to rehydrate people “in a mass casualty situation,” but wasn't selected. Now he has embarked on a more extended ...

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AMURT AMURTEL Relief in Haiti following the earthquake since 3 and a half years – SpeakingTree (blog)

AMURT AMURTEL Relief in Haiti following the earthquake since 3 and a half yearsSpeakingTree (blog)Many organizations are leaving Haiti, yet, with some much good happening, and so much still to be done, we believe this is the time to stay with Haiti- to...

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Haitian artist, author Edouard Duval-Carrié at Fort Lauderdale museum – MiamiHerald.com


Haitian artist, author Edouard Duval-Carrié at Fort Lauderdale museum
MiamiHerald.com
At 1:30 on Oct. 20, the museum will present Haitian-born National Book Award finalist and MacArthur “genius” grant winner Edwidge Danticat for a discussion of her new novel, Claire of the Sea Light. The event is free and open to the public. Books ...

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Spaghetti could help Haiti – ConnectTriStates.com powered by KHQA


Spaghetti could help Haiti
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The group is called the "Haiti Medical Mission." This is the seventh year they have held the fundraiser. They collected free will donations at the dinner. All of the money made goes toward medical supplies for their sister parish. They will make their ...

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Haiti’s Imported Disaster – New York Times


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Haiti's Imported Disaster
New York Times
Haiti's cholera epidemic, now entering its fourth year, has killed more than 8,300 people and sickened more than 650,000. It is a calamity, though one fundamentally different from the earthquake, hurricanes and floods that have beset the fragile ...
Immunity or impunity? Lawsuit seeks to hold UN accountable for Haiti cholera ...Fox News
The UN's Inexcusable Haiti PolicyBloomberg
Security Council extends UN peacekeeping mission in Haiti for another yearUN News Centre
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Ruling renders thousands of Dominicans ‘stateless’ – Arab News


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Ruling renders thousands of Dominicans 'stateless'
Arab News
IN TRANSIT: Farmer Leguisie Louis, left, a Haitian-born immigrant to the Dominican Republic in 1959, walks past sugar cane with his granddaughter Maxileidy, in La Loma, in the eastern Seibo province. (Reuters). Reuters. Published — Sunday 13 October ...
Dominican court ruling renders hundreds of thousands statelessThe Malay Mail Online

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Haiti – Economy : The Minister Laleau urges donors to support the Government’s … – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - Economy : The Minister Laleau urges donors to support the Government's ...
Haitilibre.com
Wilson Laleau, Minister of Economy and Finance, who is attending the Annual Meeting of Governors of the World Bank (WB) and of International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Washington, DC [from 10 to 14 October 2013], with Charles Castel, Governor of the ...

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Haiti – Health : High Level Meeting on Cholera – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - Health : High Level Meeting on Cholera
Haitilibre.com
Friday as part of monitoring of its participation in the 68th session of the General Assembly of the United Nations, which reaffirmed Wednesday its commitment to "make every effort to help the people of Haiti to overcome the cholera epidemic," the ...

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Dominican court ruling renders hundreds of thousands stateless – The Malay Mail Online


Dominican court ruling renders hundreds of thousands stateless
The Malay Mail Online
LA ROMANA,Dominican Republic, Oct 12 — For four generations Banesa Blemi's family, descendants of Haitian immigrants, put down roots as low-wage sugar cane cutters in their adopted homeland, and came to consider themselves Dominicans. Then, last ...

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