Miami HeraldNew policy to deport Haitians is inhumaneMiami HeraldAny presidential candidate who wants the votes of Haitian Americans in November should promise to immediately reinstate the halt of deportations to Haiti and to broadly expand the Haitian Family Reunification Program, now a mere shadow of its Cuban ...
Jamaica ObserverClimate change: myth or reality for Caribbean tourism?Jamaica ObserverThese include Jamaica, Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago, Cuba, Dominica, Dominica Republic, St Lucia, Haiti, Guyana, and Grenada. Will they be ratifying the agreement by the end of the year 2016? Although signing and ratifying the agreement are important ...and more »
PEOPLEChristy Turlington Burns Opens Up About Her Latest Trip to Haiti to Help New MothersPEOPLEAfter a medical scare in 2003 following the birth of her daughter Grace, Christy Turlington Burns has made it her mission to help mothers around the world have safe pregnancies and childbirths through her non-profit organization Every Mother Counts.
Independent OnlineHuman traffickers target Haiti orphanagesIndependent OnlineLondon - Four in five children living in Haiti's orphanages have at least one living parent and are sold or given to the homes on false promises of an education or medical care, according to a charity founded by British author J.K. Rowling. London ...and more »
Haiti - News : Zapping politics...Haitilibre.comMonday was held at the National Palace a special meeting of President de facto Jocelerme Privert, accompanied by the Prime Minister Enex Jean-Charles and members of the Government with the National Police of Haiti (PNH) and MINUSTAH around ...and more »
SFGateFormer president leaps from behind the scenes in HaitiSFGatePORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide has leaped from behind the scenes to take a major role in campaigning for next month's presidential election, leading many to believe the most polarizing figure in the tumultuous world of ...and more »
Fox NewsFormer President Aristide leaps from behind scenes in HaitiFox NewsPORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – Former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide has leaped from behind the scenes to take a major role in campaigning for next month's presidential election, leading many to believe the most polarizing figure in the tumultuous world of ...and more »
BBC NewsHaiti LGBTQ festival cancelled due to threatsBBC NewsOrganisers have called off a festival celebrating Haiti's Afro-Caribbean lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community because of threats of violence and government opposition. Jean Danton Leger, commissioner of Port-au-Prince, said he had blocked ...LGBT festival canceled in Haiti amid threats to organizersCBS Newsall 4 news
Haitilibre.comMexico sees surge of migrants from Haiti, Africa and Asia - The ...Washington PostMexican immigration authorities said Saturday they have been hit by a surge of almost 5000 Haitian, African and Asian migrants entering by the southern border ...Mexico Sees Surge of Migrants From Haiti, Africa and AsiaABC NewsNew migration: Haitians carve a dangerous 7000-mile path to the U.S.Miam
CBC.caCanada showing Haiti some tough loveCBC.caSince the quake, Canada has sent about $1.2 billion to Haiti, the hemisphere's poorest country, including $11 million to help pay for its failed presidential election last October. Per capita, Canadians have given more to Haiti in recent years than any ...