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Celebrate Haitian History and Culture in Prospect Park – Patch.com

Celebrate Haitian History and Culture in Prospect ParkPatch.comCome to Prospect Park today to celebrate the Haitian Revolution with an all-day festival fine arts, drumming, traditional Haitian Folklore, dance and storytelling. Now in its 23rd year, the...

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Haiti – Agriculture : Creation of the first Haitian Agricultural Free Zone – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - Agriculture : Creation of the first Haitian Agricultural Free Zone
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On Friday, the final Convention of agreement establishing the first Agricultural Free Zone in Haiti was signed by Wilson Laleau, acting Minister of Trade and Industry and President of the National Council of Free Zones, Rode Préval Director General of ...

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Israel Exectures Its First Drone Strike Inside Egypt – Mintpress News


Israel Exectures Its First Drone Strike Inside Egypt
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In what is believed to be Israel's first drone strike in Egypt's borders, Israeli Air Force drones fired missiles on Egypt's Sinai peninsula Friday, killing at least five people, Egyptian authorities report. Israel reportedly collaborated with Egyptian ...

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In Wake Of NSA Uproar, Australia Revises Its Definition Of ‘Whistleblower’ – Mintpress News


In Wake Of NSA Uproar, Australia Revises Its Definition Of 'Whistleblower'
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In Wake Of NSA Uproar, Australia Revises Its Definition Of 'Whistleblower'. What is a whistleblower? According to Australia, it's someone who blows the whistle, not to the public, but to their own boss. By Trisha Marczak | August 10, 2013. Share this ...

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Winthrop basketball players in Haiti: Day 1 an eye opener – The Herald | HeraldOnline.com


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Winthrop basketball players in Haiti: Day 1 an eye opener
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The drive from airport to our hotel allowed us to get a very real idea of how the majority of Haitian people live. The streets are crowded with people and trash. The only clean area I recall seeing was the area surrounding the President's Palace ...

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