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Group Urges Probe in Murder of Haiti Activist – ABC News

Group Urges Probe in Murder of Haiti ActivistABC NewsAmnesty International said Wednesday that Haitian human rights groups fear the killing could have been political because of the violent nature of the slaying and the senior position of the activist. ...

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Haiti commerce ministry dismayed by fire at essential oil factory – MiamiHerald.com


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Haiti commerce ministry dismayed by fire at essential oil factory
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Haitian authorities are investigating a fire at a factory that produces essential oil for some of Europe's top fragrance houses. The fire occurred Tuesday morning and created “significant” damage to part of Agri-Supply Company, S.A. in the city of Les ...

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Haiti – Politic : Towards the provision of identity to all Haitian paperless… – Haitilibre.com

Haitilibre.comHaiti - Politic : Towards the provision of identity to all Haitian paperless...Haitilibre.comAccording to Jean-Baptiste St-Cyr, the Director General of the National Identification Office (ONI) within approximately one month, the Haitian G...

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Haiti probes killing of human rights activist – GlobalPost

Haiti probes killing of human rights activistGlobalPostHaiti on Wednesday announced a probe into the killing of a prominent human rights activist and his wife in broad daylight. Daniel Dorsinvil and his wife Girly Lareche were killed by gunmen on Satur...

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Hugo Mendez On Haiti, the Sofrito label, and Struggles in Music – Exclaim!

Exclaim!Hugo Mendez On Haiti, the Sofrito label, and Struggles in MusicExclaim!By Matt BauerWhile Haiti is still sadly synonymous to many with violence, poverty and voodoo stereotypes, the island has a vibrant and innovative musical scene that has rema...

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AP Photos: Thousands at religious summit in Haiti – Boston.com


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AP Photos: Thousands at religious summit in Haiti
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In this Feb. 9, 2014 photo, Rev. Jules Campion leads a procession The Associated Press In this Feb. 9, 2014 photo, Rev. Jules Campion leads a procession of Christian pilgrims carrying a statue of Our Lady of Fatima in the village of Bois-Neuf, Haiti ...
AP Photos: Thousands of Christian pilgrims seek favors, renew faith at Haiti ...U.S. News & World Report

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Thousands Attend Religious Summit in Haiti’s Hills – ABC News


Thousands Attend Religious Summit in Haiti's Hills
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The Christian pilgrims crowded on to a barren mountainside in central Haiti by the thousands, seeking favors and spiritual renewal. Organized over the weekend by Our Lady of Fatima Bible Center, the three-day summit was among the largest of its kind in ...

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