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Altidore donates for Copa America matches to be shown in Haiti - Sports Illustrated
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Sports IllustratedAltidore donates for Copa America matches to be shown in HaitiSports IllustratedAltidore and his foundation are ensuring that those in Haiti can watch Copa America matches, teaming with the St. Luke Foundation to deliver television coverage of Haiti's matches, the USA's matches and the tournament semifinals and final to the island ...Jozy Altidore's Foundation wi
 
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'I see hope in Jamaica again' - Jamaica Observer
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Jamaica Observer'I see hope in Jamaica again'Jamaica ObserverFinally, some sensible ideas are coming out of Jamaica House. I am going to implore Mr Holness to charge every member of his cabinet, every minister of Government, every JLP MP, councillor and even those foot soldiers in deep rural Jamaica, to ...Politicians should stay out of judicial matters – attorneysJamaica Gleanerall 26 n
 
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Royal Caribbean in US$2.8 bn three-ship deal with STX - Jamaica Observer
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Jamaica ObserverRoyal Caribbean in US$2.8 bn three-ship deal with STXJamaica ObserverSAINT-NAZARINE, France (AFP) — US cruise giant Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd Wednesday signed a letter of intent with the French arm of South Korean shipbuilder STX to build three ships in a deal worth 2.5 billion euros (US$2.8 billion), the shipyard said.Royal Caribbean and the Pan American Development Foundation
 
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Building Toilets And Changing Behaviors Can Save Lives in Haiti - World Bank Group
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World Bank GroupBuilding Toilets And Changing Behaviors Can Save Lives in HaitiWorld Bank GroupThis week, sanitation is at the top of the agenda in Haiti. "Improving sanitation is everybody's business. Each toilet built, adopted and used, means that one family won't be affected by cholera and other waterborne diseases that cause the death of ...
 
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What's in a name? Little Haiti boundaries now official - Miami Herald
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Miami HeraldWhat's in a name? Little Haiti boundaries now officialMiami HeraldAnd so cheers erupted and brows furrowed Thursday in jam-packed Miami City Hall when commissioners voted unanimously to designate Little Haiti as an official city neighborhood. The creation of legal boundaries for the community in northeast Miami has ...Miami commissioners vote in favor of designating Lemon City
 
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Haiti bidding to be the next big thing in Caribbean travel by leaving its troubled past behind - The Independent
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The IndependentHaiti bidding to be the next big thing in Caribbean travel by leaving its troubled past behindThe IndependentAccording to UN Office on Drugs & Crime (UNODC) though, Haiti's violent death rate is actually among the Caribbean's lowest— half of the Dominican Republic's and a quarter of Jamaica's. Unfortunately, many foreigners are still scared to visit Haiti...
 
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Our favorite books about Haiti - Miami Herald
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Miami HeraldOur favorite books about HaitiMiami HeraldIn honor of the fourth annual Haitian-Caribbean Book Fair, which runs Saturday and Sunday in Little Haiti, we've askedwriters (and a filmmaker) for recommendations of their favorite works about the country. Edwidge Danticat, author of Brother, I'm ...
 
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Forbidden Love, and a View of Jamaica Beyond the Beaches - New York Times
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New York TimesForbidden Love, and a View of Jamaica Beyond the BeachesNew York TimesNicole Dennis-Benn's debut novel, “Here Comes the Sun,” is about Margot, a young woman in Jamaica coming to terms with her sexuality and dealing with the encroachment of tourism on her village. Ms. Dennis-Benn, who left Jamaica at 17 to go to college ...
 
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Jamaica to strengthen co-operation with Cuba - Jamaica Observer
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Jamaica ObserverJamaica to strengthen co-operation with CubaJamaica ObserverIn a an address at a luncheon on Wednesday, hosted for Cuba's deputy minister of Foreign Trade and Investment, Ambassador Ileana Núñez Mordoche, Samuda said Jamaica is seeking to learn from the experience of Cuba, which “has done remarkably well ...Jamaica, Cuba to explore areas of cooperation in agro-industry
 
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Haiti-born cadet weeps at West Point graduation - USA TODAY
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USA TODAYHaiti-born cadet weeps at West Point graduationUSA TODAYA touching photo captured the raw emotion of graduation for a Haiti-born cadet, who says he never thought he would fulfill his American dream. In a picture shared on the United States Military Academy at West Point social media pages, tears stream down ...This viral photo of Haiti-born West Point graduate will melt your heartAOL
 
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