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Dominicans of Haitian Descent Cast Into Legal Limbo by Court – New York Times


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Dominicans of Haitian Descent Cast Into Legal Limbo by Court
New York Times
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic — For generations, people of Haitian descent have been an inextricable part of life here, often looked at with suspicion and dismay, but largely relied on all the same to clean rooms, build things cheaply and provide ...
Gonzalez: Citizenship of Haitians in Dominican Republic for decades threatened ...New York Daily News
The unwanted Haitian: Time to give free market a chanceWashington Times

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No resolution to Little Haiti naming dispute – MiamiHerald.com


No resolution to Little Haiti naming dispute
MiamiHerald.com
Miami Commissioner Michelle Spence-Jones said Thursday that her push to create official boundaries for Little Haiti would fulfill a promise made by the late Miami Commissioner Arthur E. Teele Jr. “I feel it is my responsibility to carry that out. I ...
Miami commissioners debate setting boundaries for Little HaitiNaples Daily News
Miami officials consider Little Haiti boundariesWink News
Residents of Lemon City oppose name changeThe South Florida Times

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Detained-then-freed Haitian lawyer charges his detention after traffic stop … – Washington Post


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Detained-then-freed Haitian lawyer charges his detention after traffic stop ...
Washington Post
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Opposition figure Andre Michel charged Thursday that Haitian authorities held him overnight after a traffic stop to punish him for his political activities. His detention led to violent street protests Wednesday and Michel's ...
Arrest of Haiti government critic triggers protestsMiamiHerald.com
Detained Haiti lawyer says detention 'political'Charlotte Observer
Haiti arrests key anti-corruption lawyerMWC News
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Detained Haiti Lawyer Says Detention ‘Political’ – ABC News


Washington Post

Detained Haiti Lawyer Says Detention 'Political'
ABC News
Michel is one of the few lawyers in Haiti who takes on legal cases critical of President Michel Martelly. He was also a notable participant in two recent protests that drew thousands of people critical of the government, which is under pressure to hold ...
Arrest of Haiti government critic triggers protestsMiamiHerald.com
Haitian lawyer who brought government corruption cases detained, then sprung ...Washington Post

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Dominican court puts citizenship of Haitian descendants in question – UPI.com


Dominican court puts citizenship of Haitian descendants in question
UPI.com
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic, Oct. 24 (UPI) -- The Dominican Republic's highest court has declared children of undocumented Haitian migrants are not Dominican citizens, jeopardizing the status of thousands. The court ordered authorities Sept.
Protests hit Dominican Republic's expulsion of HaitiansWorkers World
Some Dominicans suddenly outsiders in their own countryCNN
Activist Alleges That Dominican Republic Ruling On Citizenship Has Racist ...WINN FM

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Haiti: World Vision’s Targeted Food Program Questioned – Food Aid is “More … – Center for Research on Globalization


Center for Research on Globalization

Haiti: World Vision's Targeted Food Program Questioned – Food Aid is “More ...
Center for Research on Globalization
A food distribution program aimed at expectant and new mothers and their babies may have increased the number of girls and women getting pregnant in and around the town of Savanette, located in Haiti's Centre département(province). That's the ...

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River Falls connection is making a difference for hundreds of Haitian children – River Falls Journal


River Falls connection is making a difference for hundreds of Haitian children
River Falls Journal
Fr. Rene, rector at St. Peter church and school in Ganthier, Haiti, discusses the functionality of the school's cistern and water supply with Curt Larson, center, and Pat O'Malley on Wednesday, Oct. 16th. O'Malley purchased land for the school a decade ...

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Haiti – Social : The Primature strongly rejected the conclusions of the Walk … – Haitilibre.com

Haitilibre.comHaiti - Social : The Primature strongly rejected the conclusions of the Walk ...Haitilibre.comWhile recognizing that the calculation of the number of enslaved people in our societies is complex because of the difficulty of obtaining data ...

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