Embassy Row: Unrest in Haiti

Oct 7, 2012 Full story: Washington Times

U.S. Ambassador Pamela White was personally exposed to the violent unrest that has swept Haiti for months when she accompanied President Michel Martelly to a coastal town to dedicate a new road financed by U.S. aid funds.

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Matt

Plessisville, Canada

#1 Oct 7, 2012
There comes a point where money just lands in the pockets of the rich without doing any good. What Haiti needs is investors, construction companies developing in Haiti, employing the people there to build housing facilities.

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