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Haitian protesters demand president resign, clash with police – Reuters

Toronto StarHaitian protesters demand president resign, clash with policeReutersPORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Thousands of Haitians took to the streets on Monday calling for President Michel Martelly to resign, and some protesters scuffled with police as ...

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Haiti Community Inaugurates New Latrine – Reuters AlertNet

Haiti Community Inaugurates New LatrineReuters AlertNetOur fight against diarrheal disease and cholera in Haiti continues, as AmeriCares Haiti funded the construction of a new community latrine and hand-washing station for a partner clinic. The latrine...

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Haiti: November 18, 1803, Remembering the First Successful Slave Revolution … – Center for Research on Globalization

Center for Research on GlobalizationHaiti: November 18, 1803, Remembering the First Successful Slave Revolution ...Center for Research on GlobalizationIt is within such an atmosphere of unparalleled terrorism and human decadence that a remarkable gathe...

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Haiti In A Time Of Cholera – Al Jazeera America


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Haiti In A Time Of Cholera
Al Jazeera America
Fault Lines travels to Haiti and to the UN headquarters in New York, to ask questions of accountability over Haiti's Cholera epidemic. Nearly 8 thousand people have died horrible painful deaths in Haiti since a cholera epidemic swept the country 2 ...
Cholera spreads beyond Haiti as Mexico suffers devastating floodsSan Francisco Bay View

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US Bishops Issue ‘Special Message’ On HHS Mandate At Conclusion Of General … – The Diocese of Alexandria


US Bishops Issue 'Special Message' On HHS Mandate At Conclusion Of General ...
The Diocese of Alexandria
... in Baltimore and have spent time on issues important to them and their people: help to those suffering from Typhoon Haiyan; an update on the situation in Haiti; matters of worship and teaching; service to the poor; and comprehensive immigration reform.

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Anti-government protesters in Haiti march again, air grievances in capital and … – Washington Post


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Anti-government protesters in Haiti march again, air grievances in capital and ...
Washington Post
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Thousands of critics of Haiti's President Michel Martelly staged protest marches Monday that turned violent as people threw rocks and shots were fired in the air. It appeared at least one person was shot. An Associated Press ...

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Is the Dominican Republic Legalizing Ethnic Cleansing? – Highbrow Magazine


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Is the Dominican Republic Legalizing Ethnic Cleansing?
Highbrow Magazine
The judges know well enough that immigration from Haiti to Dominican Republic has gone on for at least a century, being positively encouraged by Dominican landlords and businessmen in times of prosperity, and tolerated by the authorities. The country ...
'An issue of national security'Trinidad & Tobago Express

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The Real Mayors of New York – New York Times


The Real Mayors of New York
New York Times
... New Yorkers, from pastors, financiers and war veterans to philanthropists, bloggers and a drag queen parade impresario. Here, a selection of nine women and men who have affected their communities — on the basketball court, among Chinese immigrants ...

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From the US to Philippines, Nurses Mobilize in Typhoon Haiyan’s Wake – Huffington Post


From the US to Philippines, Nurses Mobilize in Typhoon Haiyan's Wake
Huffington Post
And in the U.S., Filipino immigrant workers also have arich history of activism within the labor movement, forming a key part of many progressive unions, including the National Nurses United (NNU). ... RNRN, first formed in the wake of the deadly ...

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