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Haiti anti-government protest turns violent – Aljazeera.com

Aljazeera.comHaiti anti-government protest turns violentAljazeera.comThousands of Haitian protesters have demanded the resignation of President Michel Martelly, clashing with supporters of the leader in the streets of Port-au-Prince. Protesters said tw...

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WOLA-Duke Book Award presented to Durham resident for work on Haiti – Duke Chronicle


WOLA-Duke Book Award presented to Durham resident for work on Haiti
Duke Chronicle
The Washington Office on Latin America and the University named Katz' book, “The Big Truck that Went By: How the World Came to Save Haiti and Left Behind a Disaster,” the recipient of the 2013 WOLA-Duke Human Rights Book Award. Katz, a Durham ...

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United Nations being sued over Haiti’s cholera epidemic – CBS News


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United Nations being sued over Haiti's cholera epidemic
CBS News
(CBS News) A natural disaster occurred in Haiti in 2010 when a devastating earthquake hit that nation. It was quickly followed by a devastating epidemic of cholera. Victims blamed United Nations peacekeepers for bringing the disease to the country.
Cholera Epidemic That Began In Haiti Continues To Kill ElsewhereHuffington Post

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The Dominican Republic’s discrimination against Haitians – Washington Post


The Dominican Republic's discrimination against Haitians
Washington Post
That is the background, though hardly an excuse, for an unconscionable decision by the highest Dominican court that strips at least 200,000 ethnic Haitian migrants of any claim to citizenship, including those born on Dominican soil decades ago. The ...

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More Lawsuits Allege Sex Abuse at Haiti School – ABC News

More Lawsuits Allege Sex Abuse at Haiti SchoolABC NewsFairfield University in Connecticut and others that supported a charity designed to help feed and educate boys in Haiti are facing additional lawsuits alleging children were sexually abused by a sch...

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Latest anti-government protest in Haiti turns violent with tear gas, rocks and … – Fox News


Latest anti-government protest in Haiti turns violent with tear gas, rocks and ...
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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – An anti-government protest in Haiti has turned violent with police firing tear gas and counter demonstrators throwing stones. People in civilian clothes have fired shots into the air. The march in the Haitian capital began ...

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Cholera Epidemic That Began In Haiti Continues To Kill Elsewhere – Huffington Post


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Cholera Epidemic That Began In Haiti Continues To Kill Elsewhere
Huffington Post
The bacteria that cause cholera may be settling in for good in Haiti, and meanwhile, its swath of destruction appears to be widening to other countries, researchers reported here Sunday (Nov. 3). United Nations Peacekeepers from Nepal stationed in ...
United Nations being sued over Haiti's cholera epidemicCBS News

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Haiti – Social : Repatriation of Haitian outside the respect of rules and people – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - Social : Repatriation of Haitian outside the respect of rules and people
Haitilibre.com
Following the illegal repatriation, on November 1, of 142 Haitian migrants at the border gate of Elias Piña/Belladère the Jeannot Success Border Network (RFJS) for the Promotion and Defense of Human Rights, in a statement, regrettes that the ...

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HAITI: Aid or Trade? The Nefarious Effects of US Policies – Center for Research on Globalization


Center for Research on Globalization

HAITI: Aid or Trade? The Nefarious Effects of US Policies
Center for Research on Globalization
U.S. aid and trade policies related to hunger and Haitian agriculture over the past three decades are incoherent and contradictory, at best, and have been correctly characterized as “disastrous” and “greed[y].” While some U.S. government agencies say ...

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