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In death, ‘Baby Doc’ Duvalier continues to stir passions in Haiti – MiamiHerald.com


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In death, 'Baby Doc' Duvalier continues to stir passions in Haiti
MiamiHerald.com
The old man keeping watch remembered a time not long ago when a frail-looking Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier would pull into the parking lot near Haiti's razed presidential palace, step from behind the wheel and slowly turn to say a few words.
Funeral for former Haitian dictator to be held SaturdayLocal 10
Divided Haiti prepares national farewell to 'Baby Doc'Yahoo News
How Will Haiti Reckon with the Duvalier Years?The New Yorker
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Haiti’s long-delayed election likely postponed again – Yahoo News


Haiti's long-delayed election likely postponed again
Yahoo News
And, on the week that former strongman Jean-Claude Duvalier's death revived memories of Haiti under dictatorship, observers warned this could leave the country's current leader free to rule the impoverished Caribbean nation by decree. Four years after ...

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Haiti – News : Some news here and there… – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - News : Some news here and there...
Haitilibre.com
This Monday Lucien Jura, the spokesman of the Presidency announced that the Government had decided to hold a state funeral for former President Jean-Claude Duvalier "This should be a state funeral, is what the protocol requires, because it is a former ...

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How Will Haiti Reckon with the Duvalier Years? – The New Yorker

How Will Haiti Reckon with the Duvalier Years?The New YorkerJean-Claude Duvalier was the grandson of Duval Duvalier, an immigrant from the French Caribbean colony of Martinique. He was also, in crucial ways, the son of a U.S. occupation of Haiti. That ...

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Death of US-Backed Ex-Dictator “Baby Doc” Duvalier Won’t End Haitian Victims … – Democracy Now


Death of US-Backed Ex-Dictator "Baby Doc" Duvalier Won't End Haitian Victims ...
Democracy Now
The former U.S.-backed dictator of Haiti, Jean-Claude Duvalier, known as "Baby Doc," has died at 63. Duvalier ruled Haiti from 1971 to 1986, taking power after the death of his father who had ruled since 1957. Baby Doc's death came just months after a ...

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Haiti – Diplomacy : Chancellor Brutus in Mexico for strengthening bilateral … – Haitilibre.com

Haitilibre.comHaiti - Diplomacy : Chancellor Brutus in Mexico for strengthening bilateral ...Haitilibre.comOn Tuesday, as part of the celebration this year of the 85th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Haiti and Mexico co...

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Competency-Based Education: No More Semesters? – North Country Public Radio


Competency-Based Education: No More Semesters?
North Country Public Radio
"I went to a four-year university." "That job requires a one-year certificate." "It's a two-semester course." "She's a fifth-year senior." What do these expressions have in common? They use time as the yardstick for higher education. Essentially, this ...

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In The Anniversary Of A Shipwreck, A Reminder Of The Immigrant Experience – WBUR


In The Anniversary Of A Shipwreck, A Reminder Of The Immigrant Experience
WBUR
Mayor Walsh used his trip as an occasion to speak about the deeply felt connections of diaspora communities to their countries of origin, noting the similarities between his family's journey and those of the Haitian-American politicians in Boston such ...

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