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We must treat Central American immigrants humanely – Las Cruces Sun-News


We must treat Central American immigrants humanely
Las Cruces Sun-News
So many of these immigrants are just looking for safety, for a better life, for a job. We can't dump non-Mexican citizens across the border in Mexico, as some are demanding, any more than we can toss immigrants who arrive in Florida on a boat from ...

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Oakland County teens travel to Haiti to volunteer – The Oakland Press

Oakland County teens travel to Haiti to volunteerThe Oakland PressIn Haiti, the volunteers, ranging from high school juniors and college seniors, will volunteer with Mission Youth to improve the lives of children living in tent cities who are in desper...

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Haiti – Sports : Wyclef Jean, his hopes for the future of the Haitian football – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - Sports : Wyclef Jean, his hopes for the future of the Haitian football
Haitilibre.com
Sunday, July 12, 3 superstars: Santana, the Haitian-American rapper Wyclef Jean and the Brazilian Alexandre Pires gave a show before the start of the final of the 2014 World Cup, which saw the victory of Germany against Argentina [1-0], and interpreted ...
Wyclef: We'll never forget this World CupFifa.com
Singer backs World Cup legacyFootball365.com

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Mike Sandrock: Haitian marathoners train in Boulder – Boulder Daily Camera

Mike Sandrock: Haitian marathoners train in BoulderBoulder Daily CameraFive marathoners from Haiti and their coach train Friday with Alan Culpepper, right, on the South Boulder Creek Trail. The runners are Bertine Laine, back left, Astrel Clovis, Petru...

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Arts, music event to raise money for Haitian orphans – Toledo Free Press

Toledo Free PressArts, music event to raise money for Haitian orphansToledo Free PressHaitian locals are not living the romanticized vacation of the traveler. Homes are constructed from cardboard boxes. Children run around naked with stomachs inflamed ...

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Morning reads from around the web – Santa Fe New Mexican.com (blog)

Morning reads from around the webSanta Fe New Mexican.com (blog)Aerospace engineer and newspaper vendor Bob Salkeld sells copies of The New Mexican on Thursday from the corner of Don Gaspar Avenue and Alameda Street. Salkeld, 81, was once a part of the...

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UN Secretary-General: Organization has ‘moral responsibility’ to end Haitian … – Raw Story


Raw Story

UN Secretary-General: Organization has 'moral responsibility' to end Haitian ...
Raw Story
The United Nations has a “moral responsibility” to help impoverished Haiti end a devastating cholera outbreak some blame on peacekeepers, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says. Ban spoke to The Miami Herald ahead of a visit to the Caribbean nation due ...

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Ban to travel to Haiti, Dominican Republic with focus on health, poverty reduction – UN News Centre


UN News Centre

Ban to travel to Haiti, Dominican Republic with focus on health, poverty reduction
UN News Centre
13 July 2014 – United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will travel to Haiti and the Dominican Republic starting Monday to meet with senior government officials as well as to get a first-hand look at programmes designed to improve health and reduce ...

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United Nations top official goes to Haiti to promote cholera elimination … – MiamiHerald.com


UN News Centre

United Nations top official goes to Haiti to promote cholera elimination ...
MiamiHerald.com
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. -- In his strongest statement since a deadly cholera epidemic erupted in Haiti almost four years ago, the head of the United Nations said the global body bears “a moral responsibility” to help the Caribbean nation end the outbreak.
UN Chief in Haiti Launches Sanitation ProgramABC News
UN chief steps up fight against Haiti cholera epidemicThe Guardian
Four Years After Cholera Outbreak, UN Secretary General Visits HaitiCenter for Research on Globalization
UN News Centre -BBC News
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