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Terror, Repression and Diaspora: The Baby Doc Legacy in Haiti - The Nation. (blog)
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The Nation. (blog)Terror, Repression and Diaspora: The Baby Doc Legacy in HaitiThe Nation. (blog)For nearly three decades, Haiti was ruled by the notorious Duvaliers—first by Francois “Papa Doc” Duvalier and then by his son, Jean-Claude “Baby Doc.” That era came to a close in early October, when Baby Doc died in Haiti at the age of 63. He had ...
 
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Royal Caribbean profit up - TradeWinds
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TradeWindsRoyal Caribbean profit upTradeWindsRoyal Caribbean says its profit for the final three months of 2014 will come in at $0.35 to $0.40 per share, lagging the $0.46 per share consensus of Thompson Reuters. The shipowner says early indications for 2015 are strong with bookings “robust” so ...Royal Caribbean profit rises as costs fallMarketWatchRoyal Caribbean tops 3Q net income expectati
 
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Jamaica, Chile sign pact for humanitarian, peace-keeping training - Jamaica Observer
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Jamaica, Chile sign pact for humanitarian, peace-keeping trainingJamaica Observer"The Chilean armed forces, for more than 100 years, have developed a track record of cooperation and training throughout the Latin American and Caribbean region, that will prove beneficial to both countries," he added. "The Government firmly believes ...
 
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US women's national soccer team beats Haiti in World Cup qualifier at RFK ... - Washington Post
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SB NationUS women's national soccer team beats Haiti in World Cup qualifier at RFK ...Washington PostAbby Wambach scored twice, extending her world-record international goal total to 173, as the United States swept Group A and advanced to Friday's semifinals at PPL Park in Chester, Pa. Mexico or Jamaica is the likely foe. The victory marked another ...3 things we learned from the USWNT'
 
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Haiti cholera victims get a hearing in US court - Al Jazeera America
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Haitilibre.comHaiti cholera victims get a hearing in US courtAl Jazeera AmericaDelama Georges lives one stop from the end of the No. 2 train line in Brooklyn, right next to Holy Cross Cemetery. His proximity to so much death did not bother him until Nov. 9, 2011, when he learned that both his parents contracted cholera during a ...Haiti - Cholera : Success of the second vaccination campaignHaitili
 
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Ebola in the Caribbean - The Economist (blog)
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The Economist (blog)Ebola in the CaribbeanThe Economist (blog)An ocean away from Africa's Ebola outbreak, a deep fear of the disease now runs through the Caribbean. The atmosphere recalls the early days of the AIDS epidemic, some 30 years ago. Trinidad and Tobago's prime minister, Kamla Persad-Bissessar ...
 
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Review: 'Vodou: Sacred Powers of Haiti' opens at Field Museum - Chicago Tribune
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Chicago ReaderReview: 'Vodou: Sacred Powers of Haiti' opens at Field MuseumChicago TribuneOn the Caribbean island of Hispaniola, the area that would become Haiti merged a native population and, after Christopher Columbus landed on the island, people brought in bondage from West Africa to work, mostly, sugar-cane plantations. The revolt ...Inside 'Vodou: Sacred Powers of Haiti'
 
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In Pictures: Surf's up in Haiti, dude - Aljazeera.com
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Aljazeera.comIn Pictures: Surf's up in Haiti, dudeAljazeera.comJacmel, Haiti - The Caribbean nation of Haiti is well known for its poverty and insecurity, but although it has never been popular with travelers, some people here are riding a wave of change to make that happen. The Haitian government has earmarked ...
 
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Tropical Depression 9 to Hit Mexico, May Redevelop in Caribbean - AccuWeather.com
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USA TODAYTropical Depression 9 to Hit Mexico, May Redevelop in CaribbeanAccuWeather.comAccording to AccuWeather Hurricane Expert Dan Kottlowski, "After losing strength over the Yucatan Peninsula, the system will move back over warm waters in the northwestern Caribbean where a new round of strengthening is possible later Friday into the ...Tropical Depression 9 to hit Mexico, may redevelo
 
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Royal Caribbean confirms Quantum of the Seas will feature Royal Esplanade - Royal Caribbean Blog (blog)
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Royal Caribbean Blog (blog)Royal Caribbean confirms Quantum of the Seas will feature Royal EsplanadeRoyal Caribbean Blog (blog)Royal Caribbean describes the Royal Esplanade as, "Step into the striking Royal Esplanade and discover a world of possibilities at the heart of Quantum of the Seas. This winding multi-level thoroughfare is lined with charming boutiques, clubs ...and more »
 
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