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Border wall or welcome talk sells out – Corning Leader

Border wall or welcome talk sells out  Corning LeaderTo shed light on the situation at the southern border of the U.S. and the refugees seeking to cross it, the Penn Yan Action Coalition sponsored a community event ...

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1600: When Trump calls out bigotry, it’s incredible – Newsday

1600: When Trump calls out bigotry, it's incredible  NewsdayNot his tradition Donald Trump, like Republican leaders on Capitol Hill, senses opportunity from the House Democrats' struggling and infighting over how to ...

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IDB stands by Haiti – LatinFinance

IDB stands by Haiti  LatinFinanceThe Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) will still provide credit lines to Haiti, despite a deepening political crisis in the country. "Haiti is an important country ...

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With no Carnival, Haiti’s musicians lose more than their stage – PRI

With no Carnival, Haiti’s musicians lose more than their stage  PRIHaiti's government canceled Carnival after recent unrest, leaving musicians and artists who had spent time and money preparing to perform with bills they have ...

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Abortion debate takes shape in states – FOX 45 NOW

Abortion debate takes shape in states  FOX 45 NOWWASHINGTON (SBG) - Some of the loudest voices in the abortion debate are often heard in the nation's Capitol. But when it comes to action on this issue, ...

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Haiti’s energy woes creating monthly panic as government struggles to keep lights on – Miami Herald

Haiti’s energy woes creating monthly panic as government struggles to keep lights on  Miami Herald A year after Venezuela stopped supplying fuel to Haiti under its PetroCaribe discounted oil program, Haiti’s energy woes are hitting panic levels.

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House Democrats to Introduce New Dream Act With Temporary Protected Status Provisions for Nepalis – India West

House Democrats to Introduce New Dream Act With Temporary Protected Status Provisions for Nepalis  India WestHouse Democrats are expected to introduce a new Dream Act March 12, with provisions for people whose Temporary Protected Status is ab...

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With no Carnival, Haiti’s musicians lose more than their stage – PRI

With no Carnival, Haiti’s musicians lose more than their stage  PRI Haiti’s government canceled Carnival after recent unrest, leaving musicians and artists who had spent time and money preparing to perform with bills they have …

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