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Catholics call for action on DR – Trinidad News

La prensaCatholics call for action on DRTrinidad NewsThe commission also quoted Catholic Relief Services which found that the most marginalised people in the Dominican Republic were Haitian immigrants and Dominicans of Haitian descent living in border ...

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Haitian President to arrive in Jamaica Wednesday on three-day visit – Jamaica Observer


Haitian President to arrive in Jamaica Wednesday on three-day visit
Jamaica Observer
The Haitian Leader will also hold talks with members of the Cabinet, heads of Executive Agencies and the Private Sector on a range of bilateral, regional and multilateral issues, a release from the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) said Tuesday afternoon.
Haiti's president arrives in Jamaica tomorrow for three-day state visitGo Jamaica
Haiti: anti-Martelly march is attackedWorld War 4 Report

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Photo Credit: CDC/ Janice Carr – Care2.com

Photo Credit: CDC/ Janice CarrCare2.comSince a cholera epidemic began in Haiti in 2010, the disease has killed more than 8,300 people in that country. The bacteria that cause cholera may be settling in for good in Haiti, and meanwhile, its swath of des...

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Troubling Situation in Haiti says GA Senator and Human Rights Group – The Haiti Sentinel


Troubling Situation in Haiti says GA Senator and Human Rights Group
The Haiti Sentinel
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (sentinel.ht) - Organizers of Thursday's protest, which brought thousands into the streets to call for the resignation of the president, told the international community on Frida · Haiti: Thousands Protest against Government ...
Haiti: Irish charity worker tells of attackIrish Independent
2 Haiti orphanage workers beaten with hammer in break-in; Haitian man killed ...The Republic
Westport aid worker Gena Heraty escapes serious injury in hammer attack that ...Mayo News

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Doctor to recount time in war-torn Iraq, devastated Haiti – Longview Daily News


Doctor to recount time in war-torn Iraq, devastated Haiti
Longview Daily News
Two years later, Mansfield volunteered to lead an Air Force relief unit that headed to Haiti in the wake of a massive earthquake. The 60-member group established a 10-bed hospital and treated Haitians suffering from all kinds of maladies. “We were just ...

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The UN came to Haiti and left behind a disaster. Let’s hope they don’t do the … – Telegraph.co.uk (blog)


The Vancouver Observer

The UN came to Haiti and left behind a disaster. Let's hope they don't do the ...
Telegraph.co.uk (blog)
In the end, the smell lives on as the strongest memory. Back in January 2010, I was sent to Haiti just after an earthquake had devastated the capital, Port-au-Prince. In the aftermath of this calamity, which claimed as many as 300,000 lives, the ruins ...
Let's help the Philippines better than HaitiReuters AlertNet
CBC News examines implications of Haiti cholera lawsuit for UN operations ...The Vancouver Observer

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Orlando woman helps Haiti orphans – Orlando Sentinel (blog)

Orlando woman helps Haiti orphansOrlando Sentinel (blog)Estrella-Watts, a graduate of Lake Brantley High School, started her mission after a trip to Haiti in 1988 in which she saw children wandering the streets alone and digging for food in trash cans....

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Twelve illegal immigrants turned over to U.S. Border Patrol – Palm Beach Daily News


Twelve illegal immigrants turned over to U.S. Border Patrol
Palm Beach Daily News
Palm Beach police arrested 12 illegal immigrants at around 5:40 a.m. Monday near the Bath & Tennis Club but four eluded capture, police said. Members of the group — five women and seven men — are believed to be from Haiti and the Bahamas.

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Volunteers bag tens of thousands of meals for Haiti (GALLERY) – The Northwest Florida Daily News


The Northwest Florida Daily News

Volunteers bag tens of thousands of meals for Haiti (GALLERY)
The Northwest Florida Daily News
“That's what God said. 'Feed my sheep.' ” Nearly 200 volunteers joined Rosselle at Christ the King Episcopal Church to participate in Saturday's assembly of 40,000 food bags, which ultimately feeds 240,000 Haitian schoolchildren. See photos from the ...

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