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Thousands of Haitians protest misues fo Petrocaribe funds – Miami Herald

Thousands of Haitians protest misues fo Petrocaribe funds  Miami HeraldThousands of Haitians marched in Port au Prince and other parts of Haiti on November 18, 2018 to demand a trial for officials involved in the alleged misuse of ...

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Bulls Abroad: Derrick Etienne fires Haiti past Nicaragua – Once A Metro


Once A Metro

Bulls Abroad: Derrick Etienne fires Haiti past Nicaragua
Once A Metro
Nicaragua denied Haiti a place at the 2017 Gold Cup, so Les Grenadiers returned to Managua with something of a point to prove to themselves. They lost out the last time they played in Nicaragua because they couldn't score a goal and because Juan ...

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Haiti Key Message Update, October 2018 – Reliefweb

ReliefwebHaiti Key Message Update, October 2018ReliefwebRainfall conditions continue to improve in all agro-ecological zones of the country. This favors the development of sorghum, groundnuts and maize that are in heading phase and pigeon pea that main...

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Democrats plot response to Trump on immigration amid fears they could go too far – Washington Post

Washington PostDemocrats plot response to Trump on immigration amid fears they could go too farWashington PostSuch a measure, which polling shows has widespread public support, also could contain provisions to protect immigrants from Haiti, El Salvador...

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Haiti Medical Project makes progress on pure water program – Church of the Brethren Newsline (press release)


Church of the Brethren Newsline (press release)

Haiti Medical Project makes progress on pure water program
Church of the Brethren Newsline (press release)
The efforts of the Church of the Brethren's Haiti Medical Project (HMP) to provide pure water to 20 communities via two dozen projects by the end of 2020 are taking root. The program aimed to carry out eight such projects by the end of 2018, and as of ...

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