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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's Betrayal by Latin America - CounterPunch
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CounterPunchHaiti's Betrayal by Latin AmericaCounterPunchHe had been refused help by the British in Jamaica. Before Bolivar, only two years after Haitian Independence, the Venezuelan revolutionary Francisco Miranda had sought and received help from Haitian founding father Jean-Jacques Dessalines; Miranda ...
 
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Warding off Ebola a matter of economic survival for Caribbean - Fox News Latino
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Warding off Ebola a matter of economic survival for CaribbeanFox News LatinoTourism is "the backbone of the Caribbean economies," Ivan Ogando Lora, director of the Dominican Republic's Latin American College of Social Sciences, pointed out during a visit to Puerto Rico. A suspected Ebola case in any part of the Caribbean will ...and more »
 
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Haiti cholera victims get a hearing in US court - Al Jazeera America
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Open DemocracyHaiti cholera victims get a hearing in US courtAl Jazeera America9, 2011, when he learned that both his parents had contracted cholera during a visit with his sister in Haiti. While Georges' mother lay in a coma, brought on by violent vomiting and diarrhea, his father died, joining more than 8,500 Haitians who died ...Activists and law in Haiti: multi-level human rights campaigns
 
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Climate Change Has Coffee Growers In Haiti Seeking Higher Ground - NPR (blog)
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NPR (blog)Climate Change Has Coffee Growers In Haiti Seeking Higher GroundNPR (blog)But here in a stand of coffee trees near Beaumont, one of the few forested parts of Haiti, coffee — growing, drinking and selling it — remains part of the culture. Women sing Creole folk songs as they examine clusters of coffee cherries. Inside the ...and more »
 
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Mike Read 'sorry' for Ukip Calypso song with mock Caribbean accent - Telegraph.co.uk
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Telegraph.co.ukMike Read 'sorry' for Ukip Calypso song with mock Caribbean accentTelegraph.co.ukUntil last night Mr Read defended the song, saying he has “many chums out in the Caribbean” and a “track record of multiculturalism”. Mr Read pointed to his work with the Jamaican Tourist Board and said he has spent "a lot of time" in the area as he ...Mike Read's Ukip song
 
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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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Spices, chiles, and more bold dishes in 'Caribbean Potluck' - Boston Globe
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Boston GlobeSpices, chiles, and more bold dishes in 'Caribbean Potluck'Boston Globe“Culinary hostesses” for the Jamaica Tourist Board, the telegenic sisters have transformed themselves into virtual spokeswomen for the cuisine of the southern Caribbean, maintaining a bustling media presence that can be tracked at 2sistersandameal.com.and more »
 
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A Bank was Robbed in Jamaica Plain [Developing] - BostInno
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NECNA Bank was Robbed in Jamaica Plain [Developing]BostInnoOn Tuesday afternoon in broad daylight, a bank was robbed in Jamaica Plain. Boston Police have confirmed the robbery, which was reported around 4:30 p.m., though it's unclear at this time when it was reported to the authorities. According to NECN, the ...Bank Robbed in Boston's Jamaica Plain NeighborhoodNECNall 2 news articles
 
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Jamaica declares a state of emergency to try to stop the spread of painful ... - PRI
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PRIJamaica declares a state of emergency to try to stop the spread of painful ...PRIA worker from a private company fumigates a property for mosquitoes in Port-au-Prince, May 23, 2014. The painful mosquito-borne virus called Chikungunya is spreading quickly through the Caribbean, causing alarm in Haiti and the neighboring Dominican ...Mosquito-borne chikungunya virus has infected more than 20
 
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