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Haitian women reveal how soldiers got 231 of them pregnant – Daily Mail

Daily MailHaitian women reveal how soldiers got 231 of them pregnantDaily MailThe blue helmets of United Nations peacekeepers are a familiar sight on the earthquake-ravaged island of Haiti. There since 2004 as Haiti has struggled to cope with one natur...

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Lessons on Peacekeeping and Public Health from the Haitian Cholera Epidemic – Foreign Affairs


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Lessons on Peacekeeping and Public Health from the Haitian Cholera Epidemic
Foreign Affairs
For centuries, war and disease have gone hand in hand. Smallpox served as vanguard for the Spanish forces in their conquest of the Americas, and yellow fever and typhus finally turned the tide—in Haiti and Russia, respectively—against the strategic ...
Haitian women reveal how soldiers got 231 of them pregnantDaily Mail

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AMCHAM Jamaica at Haiti Business Conference – Jamaica Gleaner (subscription)


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AMCHAM Jamaica at Haiti Business Conference
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Commonwealth Partners co-founder and director, Paul Simpson (right), with president of Haiti, Michel Martelly, at the 'Business Future of the Americas' conference reception at the Karibe Hotel put on by the Association of American Chambers of Commerce ...

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Fox Chapel Presbyterian Church sends team of 19 to Haiti – Tribune-Review

Fox Chapel Presbyterian Church sends team of 19 to HaitiTribune-ReviewValencia McNally, left, and Cassie Denny pack items June 11, 2015, to take to Haiti. The girls will join others from the Fox Chapel Presbytertian Church on a mission trip. Valencia i...

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How Reconstruction in Haiti Went So Wrong – Foreign Affairs


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How Reconstruction in Haiti Went So Wrong
Foreign Affairs
In the five years following the devastating 2010 earthquake that killed more than 200,000 and displaced nearly two million, approximately $13.5 billion in aid poured into Haiti. Yet many Haitians still lack access to suitable housing, clean water, and ...
The Red Cross: A Failure in Haiti?Law Street Media (blog)
Viewpoint: Red Cross answers 'unbalanced accusations'Pensacola News Journal

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Stateless and now homeless: Despair on Haiti border – Business Insider

Business InsiderStateless and now homeless: Despair on Haiti borderBusiness InsiderFonds Parisien (Haiti) (AFP) - Mileyda Benacio is 19 years old, seven months pregnant and effectively stateless -- expelled from the Dominican Republic, the land of her ...

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Haiti – Economy : Beginning of the exploration works of hydrocarbons – Haitilibre.com


Haiti - Economy : Beginning of the exploration works of hydrocarbons
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Friday the Haitian company Petrogaz-Haïti S.A launched its exploration works of hydrocarbons in Haiti. Ludner Remarais, the Director General of the Bureau of Mines and Energy (BNE) declared "today is the official launch of exploration [...] that a ...

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CARIBBEAT: Guyana independence anniversary celebration coming to Brooklyn … – New York Daily News


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CARIBBEAT: Guyana independence anniversary celebration coming to Brooklyn ...
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Vesey was executed in 1822 with other plotters of the revolt, which included escape and refuge to Haiti, which had gained its independence from France in 1804 through a slave revolt. '70S' MUSICAL - NEW PLAY ... Miami-based author Max-Arthur Mantle ...

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