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US Expresses Concern About Dismissal of Haiti Kidnapping Case - New York Times
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Yahoo NewsUS Expresses Concern About Dismissal of Haiti Kidnapping CaseNew York TimesPORT-AU-PRINCE — The Obama administration expressed concern on Monday over the speed of a court ruling in Haiti that dropped charges against a man accused in a kidnapping ring who had close ties to the family of President Michel Martelly. On Friday ...Elections loom: Haiti's year of living dangerouslyYa
 
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Haiti's Governance Problems Require Tough Love From Donors - Forbes
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ForbesHaiti's Governance Problems Require Tough Love From DonorsForbesToday, Cote d'Ivoire which suffered from civil conflict as recently as 2011, has a GDP per capita of $1,529, and Jamaica, another Caribbean country that has suffered from political violence, sits at $9,000. Haiti, though, remains at a GDP per capita of ...
 
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Haiti's Governance Problems Require Tough Love From Donors - Forbes
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ForbesHaiti's Governance Problems Require Tough Love From DonorsForbesToday, Cote d'Ivoire which suffered from civil conflict as recently as 2011, has a GDP per capita of $1,529, and Jamaica, another Caribbean country that has suffered from political violence, sits at $9,000. Haiti, though, remains at a GDP per capita of ...
 
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From Saugus to Haiti to serve - Daily Item
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Daily ItemFrom Saugus to Haiti to serveDaily ItemBut for two Saugus sisters — sophomore Hannah and junior Sabrina Khafif — at Pioneer Charter School of Science (PCSS) in Everett, it means something different. They're off to Port-au-Prince, Haiti, this week for a four-day service mission as part of ...
 
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Elections loom: Haiti's year of living dangerously - Yahoo News
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Yahoo NewsElections loom: Haiti's year of living dangerouslyYahoo NewsBy the end of the year, the impoverished Caribbean republic ought to have a newly elected president, parliament and local municipal governments -- a test for any developing nation. Haitians have not been able to vote in an election since popular singer ...and more »
 
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Marriott spreading across the Caribbean - Jamaica Gleaner (subscription)
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Jamaica Gleaner (subscription)Marriott spreading across the CaribbeanJamaica Gleaner (subscription)... other Courtyard properties are set to be opened in the eastern Caribbean islands of Curacao and Bonaire. The hotel company also operates a Marriott hotel in Haiti owned by Denis O'Brien's Digicel Group, which opened officially for business in February.
 
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Early Haiti rains bring risk of bleak cholera season - Yahoo News
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Yahoo NewsEarly Haiti rains bring risk of bleak cholera seasonYahoo NewsLast month, the United Nations mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) requested $36.5 million for cholera programs for the next two years. The figure is based on an assumption that only 28,000 people will become infected this year, a fraction of the peak of the ...Cholera spikes in HaitiReutersall 12 news articles »
 
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Haiti's Governance Problems Require Tough Love From Donors - Forbes
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ForbesHaiti's Governance Problems Require Tough Love From DonorsForbesToday, Cote d'Ivoire which suffered from civil conflict as recently as 2011, has a GDP per capita of $1,529, and Jamaica, another Caribbean country that has suffered from political violence, sits at $9,000. Haiti, though, remains at a GDP per capita of ...
 
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Early Haiti rains bring risk of bleak cholera season - Reuters
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ReutersEarly Haiti rains bring risk of bleak cholera seasonReutersLast month, the United Nations mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) requested $36.5 million for cholera programs for the next two years. The figure is based on an assumption that only 28,000 people will become infected this year, a fraction of the peak of the ...and more »
 
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Through art, Haitian village life is bolstered - Poughkeepsie Journal
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Poughkeepsie JournalThrough art, Haitian village life is bolsteredPoughkeepsie JournalThe 75-members-strong cooperative supports village women in harvesting, roasting, grinding, and bagging coffee that the Vassar Haiti Project sells. The women have also begun to learn to sew fabrics and make jewelry. President of the cooperative and ...and more »
 
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