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New Haiti airline to add first international route – USA TODAY


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New Haiti airline to add first international route
USA TODAY
Sunrise Airways says it will start flying between Cap Haitien on Haiti's northern coast to the Turks and Caicos capital of Providenciales. The flights are scheduled to begin Monday, Aug. 26, marking the first international service for the Haitian-owned ...
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Local students help construct school in Haitian village – Greenwich Post

Greenwich PostLocal students help construct school in Haitian villageGreenwich PostIt all began with Josie Day, a former Greenwich High School student who had grown up in the mountains of Haiti and was adopted by a Greenwich family. Josie was thankful ...

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Memories of Damu – San Francisco Bay View


Memories of Damu
San Francisco Bay View
Pierre Labossiere, co-founder of the Haiti Action Committee, shares his love with his friend at Damu's farewell party held just before he died. – Photo: David Bacon. When Jean Damu went into the VA Hospital in San Francisco and discovered he had ...

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After year of delays ‘Haiti on Ice’ is finally a go ‘If the ice doesn’t melt’ – New York Post


After year of delays 'Haiti on Ice' is finally a go 'If the ice doesn't melt'
New York Post
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Doubters said it was crazy to try to put on an ice show in the blazing Caribbean heat that bakes one of the world's poorest countries. Yet, after nearly a year of postponement after postponement, it looks as if "Haiti on Ice ...

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Bran: Govt Must Invest In New Technology To Fight Illegal Immigration – Bahamas Tribune


Bran: Govt Must Invest In New Technology To Fight Illegal Immigration
Bahamas Tribune
Mr McCartney said: “Recently, we have had an influx of illegal immigrant to our shores. These illegals were able to out manoeuvre in a wooden sloop the Defence Force vessels or indeed their watch by coming straight from Haiti, passing throughout the ...

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Haitian people buoyed by gifts in memory of Father Chuck Pfeffer – CatholicPhilly.com


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Haitian people buoyed by gifts in memory of Father Chuck Pfeffer
CatholicPhilly.com
Isolated villages like St. Mary have no roads and residents must travel by boat to other areas of the island or to Haiti itself, which is about an hour and a half away by motorboat, threading one's way through dangerous shoals. There is no drinkable ...

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How Candles Are Making New Opportunities for Women in Haiti – PBS NewsHour

How Candles Are Making New Opportunities for Women in HaitiPBS NewsHourWomen in Cap Haitien, Haiti, pour melted beeswax at a candle-making workshop. Photos courtesy of Prosperity Catalyst. Siiri Morley, executive director of Prosperity Catalyst, knew e...

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