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Poor Haitian vendors worry trade lifeline endangered by talk of tightening border – Fox News


Poor Haitian vendors worry trade lifeline endangered by talk of tightening border
Fox News
JIMANI, Dominican Republic – In swirling dust and sweltering sun, hordes of Haitian merchants squeeze through the battered border gate and swarm to the myriad rickety stalls where Dominican wholesalers sell crates of juice, pasta, cooking oil and other ...

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Poor Haitian vendors worry trade lifeline endangered by talk of tightening border – Washington Post


San Francisco Chronicle

Poor Haitian vendors worry trade lifeline endangered by talk of tightening border
Washington Post
JIMANI, Dominican Republic — In swirling dust and sweltering sun, hordes of Haitian merchants impatient for the official opening squeezed through the battered border gate and swarmed to the myriad rickety stalls and shipping containers where Dominican ...
Push for border control worries Haitian vendorsLas Vegas Sun

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Haiti – Politic : Open Letter from the Haitian Diaspora Federation to the … – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - Politic : Open Letter from the Haitian Diaspora Federation to the ...
Haitilibre.com
Following the resignation of Mrs. Bernice Fidélia, the Minister of Haitians Living Abroad, the Federation of Haitian Diaspora Federation regrouping 14 organizations, in an open letter addressed to the President of the Republic and to President of both ...

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Quebec’s new immigration rules put the emphasis on French skills – Montreal Gazette


Montreal Gazette

Quebec's new immigration rules put the emphasis on French skills
Montreal Gazette
The top country of origin for immigrants to Quebec last year was China, representing 10.1 per cent of new arrivals, followed by France (9.3 per cent), Haiti (9.3 per cent), Algeria (6.5 per cent) and Morocco (6.3 per cent). mascot@montrealgazette.com.

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12 people who should be in prison instead of Bradley Manning – Party for Socialism and Liberation

12 people who should be in prison instead of Bradley ManningParty for Socialism and LiberationIn addition to the deaths of well over 1 million civilians who were killed as a result of these wars, Bush supported the failed 2002 coup in Venezuela, the 20...

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Haiti – Social : The IACHR condemns the recent wave of violence against LGBT – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - Social : The IACHR condemns the recent wave of violence against LGBT
Haitilibre.com
The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) condemns the recent wave of violence against LGTB in Haiti, allegedly linked to a march against homosexuality led by the Haitian Coalition of Religious and Moral Organizations (Coalition Haïtienne ...

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Controversy Follows Death of Prominent Haitian Judge – NACLA (blog)


Controversy Follows Death of Prominent Haitian Judge
NACLA (blog)
On July 13, Haitian Judge Jean Serge Joseph passed away under suspicious circumstances—sparking controversy within Haiti that his death was related to his involvement in a high profile corruption investigation against President Michel Martelly's wife ...

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14 Canadian citizens kidnapped in Haiti last year – Regina Leader-Post


Regina Leader-Post

14 Canadian citizens kidnapped in Haiti last year
Regina Leader-Post
OTTAWA — A refugee whose daughter was abducted and murdered in Haiti earlier this year isn't the only person in Canada to have suffered because of kidnappers in the Caribbean nation. Nearly two-dozen kidnapping cases involving Canadian citizens ...

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Most Americans support ‘Stand Your Ground’ laws, national poll shows – Daily Caller


Most Americans support 'Stand Your Ground' laws, national poll shows
Daily Caller
The majority of Americans are still in favor of Stand Your Ground laws, according to a newly released poll conducted by Quinnipiac University. Stand Your Ground laws have been protested across the country in the wake of the George Zimmerman trial ...

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Constitutional Court rules against pro-Haitian groups – Dominican Today

Constitutional Court rules against pro-Haitian groupsDominican TodaySanto Domingo.- The Constitutional Court (TC) on Thursday ruled against a group of entities that seek the repeal of an Immigration Agency resolution of May, 2012, which prohibits the E...

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