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Haiti – Economy : The Minister Laleau urges donors to support the Government’s … – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - Economy : The Minister Laleau urges donors to support the Government's ...
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Wilson Laleau, Minister of Economy and Finance, who is attending the Annual Meeting of Governors of the World Bank (WB) and of International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Washington, DC [from 10 to 14 October 2013], with Charles Castel, Governor of the ...

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Haiti – Health : High Level Meeting on Cholera – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - Health : High Level Meeting on Cholera
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Friday as part of monitoring of its participation in the 68th session of the General Assembly of the United Nations, which reaffirmed Wednesday its commitment to "make every effort to help the people of Haiti to overcome the cholera epidemic," the ...

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Dominican court ruling renders hundreds of thousands stateless – The Malay Mail Online


Dominican court ruling renders hundreds of thousands stateless
The Malay Mail Online
LA ROMANA,Dominican Republic, Oct 12 — For four generations Banesa Blemi's family, descendants of Haitian immigrants, put down roots as low-wage sugar cane cutters in their adopted homeland, and came to consider themselves Dominicans. Then, last ...

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Dominican court ruling renders hundreds of thousands stateless – GlobalPost


Dominican court ruling renders hundreds of thousands stateless
GlobalPost
LA ROMANA, Dominican Republic (Reuters) - For four generations Banesa Blemi's family, descendants of Haitian immigrants, put down roots as low-wage sugar cane cutters in their adopted homeland, and came to consider themselves Dominicans. Then ...

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Dominican court ruling renders hundreds of thousands stateless – euronews


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Dominican court ruling renders hundreds of thousands stateless
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LA ROMANA, Dominican Republic (Reuters) – For four generations Banesa Blemi's family, descendants of Haitian immigrants, put down roots as low-wage sugar cane cutters in their adopted homeland, and came to consider themselves Dominicans. Then ...

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Dominican court ruling renders hundreds of thousands stateless – Chicago Tribune


Dominican court ruling renders hundreds of thousands stateless
Chicago Tribune
LA ROMANA, Dominican Republic (Reuters) - For four generations Banesa Blemi's family, descendants of Haitian immigrants, put down roots as low-wage sugar cane cutters in their adopted homeland, and came to consider themselves Dominicans. Then ...

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Dominican court ruling renders hundreds of thousands stateless – Reuters


Dominican court ruling renders hundreds of thousands stateless
Reuters
The vast majority of immigrant children - 210,000 - were of Haitian descent. It's estimated there are another 460,000 non-native Haitian migrants living in the country. Mu-Kien Adriana Sang Ben, a noted Dominican historian and author, said the court ...

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Immunity or impunity? Lawsuit seeks to hold UN accountable for Haiti cholera … – Fox News


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Immunity or impunity? Lawsuit seeks to hold UN accountable for Haiti cholera ...
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Can the United Nations be held legally accountable for its actions in a U.S. court? That question is the crux of a lawsuit filed this week that wants to hold the world organization accountable for the deaths of thousands of Haitians in the 2010 ...
Haiti's Imported DisasterNew York Times
Haitians sue United Nations over cholera epidemicExaminer.com
UN should stop denying responsibility for worst cholera outbreak in HaitiThe Voice of Russia
MiamiHerald.com -Science Daily (press release)
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