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Skull in hand, mother in arson case attacks cops with machete – Enterprise News


Skull in hand, mother in arson case attacks cops with machete
Enterprise News
I am from Haiti,” Myrna I. Antoine, 41, told the officers, they said, as she waved a red scarf and chanted in a ritualistic fashion. Police fended off the attack, and arrested Antoine, of 352 Wareham St., where she lives with arson suspects Mark W ...

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Rutgers director of football recruiting persuades players to join his Haiti … – The Star-Ledger

Rutgers director of football recruiting persuades players to join his Haiti ...The Star-LedgerSo this month, for the third straight year, Ahmad will head to Haiti with about a dozen Rutgers players to help with the continuing effort to rebuild the coun...

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Haiti Crime: Fatal Assistance – The L Magazine


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Haiti Crime: Fatal Assistance
The L Magazine
This documentary could have been a feature-length rant. The subject matter—Haiti's 2010 earthquake and the country's subsequent betrayal by foreign governments and NGOs—warrants it, but director Peck, once that country's Minister of Culture, keeps ...
Fatal Assistance: A Scattered, Impressionistic Look at Haiti's Post-Quake ProblemsVillage Voice

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Cal Thomas | FCC intruding into news-gathering – The Courier-Journal


Cal Thomas | FCC intruding into news-gathering
The Courier-Journal
C., says the FCC “must emphatically insist that we leave no American behind when it comes to meeting the needs of those in varied and vibrant communities of our nation — be they native born, immigrant, disabled, non-English speaking, low-income, or other.

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Literacy Council Gulf Coast helps students master English and achieve their goals – The News-Press


Literacy Council Gulf Coast helps students master English and achieve their goals
The News-Press
He's watched immigrant adults study for American citizenship exams. He chats in English and Spanish with Guatemalan teens who spend hours after school learning gerunds and nouns. At local migrant camps, Sorenson has witnessed discrimination against ...

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Cal Thomas: Separation of government from press required – Winona Daily News


Cal Thomas: Separation of government from press required
Winona Daily News
James Clyburn (D-SC), says the FCC “must emphatically insist that we leave no American behind when it comes to meeting the needs of those in varied and vibrant communities of our nation — be they native born, immigrant, disabled, non-English speaking ...

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Another view: FCC backs off media study plan – Great Falls Tribune


Another view: FCC backs off media study plan
Great Falls Tribune
C., says the FCC “must emphatically insist that we leave no American behind when it comes to meeting the needs of those in varied and vibrant communities of our nation — be they native born, immigrant, disabled, non-English speaking, low-income, or other.

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THOMAS: Separation of government from press – The Albany Herald


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THOMAS: Separation of government from press
The Albany Herald
James Clyburn (D-SC), says the FCC “must emphatically insist that we leave no American behind when it comes to meeting the needs of those in varied and vibrant communities of our nation — be they native born, immigrant, disabled, non-English speaking ...
Another view: FCC backs off media study planGreat Falls Tribune
Separation of state and newsThe Citizen.com (blog)

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Haiti judge: US citizen faces trafficking charges – MiamiHerald.com

Haiti judge: US citizen faces trafficking chargesMiamiHerald.comPORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti -- A U.S. citizen and her Haitian mother face child-trafficking charges after they were caught carrying thousands of dollars in cash and running an adoption agency wi...

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