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Two Indian-Americans on shortlist to be US envoy here – Business Standard

Two Indian-Americans on shortlist to be US envoy hereBusiness StandardHe earned accolades as head of USAID for his response to earthquake-hit Haiti and floods in Pakistan. Shah also has a close acquaintance with some stalwarts of Indian industry. Born ...

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Haiti – Tourism : Hilton will build a hotel in Haiti – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - Tourism : Hilton will build a hotel in Haiti
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Thursday, the Groupe CAB S.A, the owner of the Visa Lodge hotel in Haiti represented by Dominique F. Carvonis, the Group President and Hilton Worldwide company, represented by Ted Middleton, Vice President Development Hilton World Wide for America ...
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Faith: St. Thomas helps put roof on school in Haiti – Naperville Sun

Faith: St. Thomas helps put roof on school in HaitiNaperville SunStudents in St. Marie-Madeleine Parish in Duchity, Haiti, will have a roof over their heads this fall, thanks largely to parishioners of St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church in Napervil...

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Spice City Toronto: New Restaurant Puts Haitian Classics on the Menu – Torontoist


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Spice City Toronto: New Restaurant Puts Haitian Classics on the Menu
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Haitian food is finally getting some love in Toronto. In the fall, Jen Agg from the Black Hoof opened a much-acclaimed Haitian spin-off restaurant, Rhum Corner, with her Haitian hubby Roland Jean. And just a few weeks ago, La Créole, a French Caribbean ...

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Organization brings buckets of hope to Haiti – The Sun Current

The Sun CurrentOrganization brings buckets of hope to HaitiThe Sun CurrentItems like buckets of water and clean clothing are just a few of the things the organization is hoping to continue delivering to communities in Haiti through the proceeds of thei...

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Haiti – Politic : Launch of the National School of Administration and Public … – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - Politic : Launch of the National School of Administration and Public ...
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Haiti's government has finally embarked on this road through its Framework Programme for State Reform (2013-2017) which aims to provide a modern and efficient public administration serving citizens. Through its strategic plan, the country is ...

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The World Cup drought: US Soccer, 1950-1990 – The Philly Soccer Page

The World Cup drought: US Soccer, 1950-1990The Philly Soccer PageWith CONCACAF changing the qualification format for this World Cup so that two North American teams will advance to the next qualification round, the US faces Canada in a tie-breaker on n...

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Canada on Haiyan: We helped because of Filipino-Canadians – Rappler


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Canada on Haiyan: We helped because of Filipino-Canadians
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Their influence has made Tagalog, in fact, the fastest growing immigrant language among the 200 languages spoken in Canada. Filipinos have become “very familiar” to Canadians that it made them “want to help,” Reeder said on Tuesday, ... I think that ...

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Man whose body found in canal was Haitian-born Fort Lauderdale artist – Sun-Sentinel


Man whose body found in canal was Haitian-born Fort Lauderdale artist
Sun-Sentinel
When Fort Lauderdale artist Reynald Poisson walked into the Haitian Heritage Museum with a sampling of his work, director Eveline Pierre said she instantly recognized talent. "Very eclectic, not like the works of any other artist I knew," said Pierre ...

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