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  1. Haiti: Why tourists are returning to this misunderstood countryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Times of Oman

    Rain lashed the tropical forest and thundered off the cobblestone track. A group of four of us had been embroiled in an animated discussion with a posse of local horsemen for the past half-an-hour.

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  2. With general strikes and marches, Haitians demand government by the peopleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 1 | San Francisco Bay View

    The people of Haiti held a two-day general strike on Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 9 and 10, as part of ongoing popular mobilizations throughout the country. They also successfully struck the week before on Feb. 2. Haiti has been on the march for months.

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  3. 4 honeymoon-worthy cruises to far-flung destinationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 28 | KNDU

    Labadee on Royal Caribbean The private beach island of Labadee marries traditional Haitian culture and adventure against Haiti's cultural center, Cap Haitien. Whiz down the world's longest over- water zip line, or sip frozen, rum-laden Labaduzee cocktails.

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  4. Haiti: Why tourists are returning to this misunderstood countryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | The Independent

    Battered by political and geological instability, Haiti is more than just a grim history of trouble, as Caroline Eden discovered Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Rain lashed the tropical forest and thundered off the cobblestone track.

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  5. Former Briarcliff Resident Visits Haiti To Run Nine Marathons In Nine DaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 19 | The Mount Pleasant Daily Voice

    Josh Elkes is one of seven people traveling to Haiti from Feb. 21 to March 1 and running 230 miles in nine days to raise money for Team Tassy. It is an organization that works to prepare and place the poor in Haiti into good, dignified jobs so they can pull themselves out of poverty.

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  6. 'Run Across Haiti' Runners Span 230 Miles in Nine Days to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | PRWeb

    "Run Across Haiti" Runners Span 230 Miles in Nine Days to Raise Money to Eliminate Poverty through Good, Dignified Jobs, February 21 - March 1 On 5th Anniversary of Earthquake, Seven People to Run the Entire Length of Haiti to Raise $75,000 for Team Tassy On the 5th anniversary of the devastating earthquake, Ian Rosenberger, founder of nonprofit Team Tassy, will embark on a 230-mile "Run Across Haiti." From February 21 - March 1, seven participants will run the equivalent of nearly nine marathons in nine days in an effort to raise $75,000 for Team Tassy, who works to prepare and place the poor in Haiti into good, dignified jobs so they can pull themselves out of poverty.

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  7. Majescor Resources Inc.: Termination of Proposed Transaction With AdvantagewonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Market Wire

    NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION TO U.S. NEWSWIRE SERVICES OR FOR DISSEMINATION IN THE UNITED STATES. ANY FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THIS RESTRICTION MAY CONSTITUTE A VIOLATION OF U.S. SECURITIES LAW Majescor Resources Inc. announces that further to its news release dated January 23, 2015, Majescor and Advantagewon Oil Corp. have mutually agreed to terminate the previously announced proposed transaction between the two companies.

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  8. Haiti to hold election in July, general strike endsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 11 | Caribbean News Now!

    Also, for the convenience of our readers and the online community generally, we have reproduced the complete Caribbean Net News archives from 2004 to 2010 here . The Caribbean is especially vulnerable to rising sea levels brought about by global warming.

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  9. Banned Haiti artist Don Kato weighs carnival inviteRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 5 | The Miami Herald

    Don Kato, the lead singer of Brothers Posse, a popular Haitian group banned from the country's last two national carnivals because of his lyrics bashing President Michel Martelly says he's not sure if he will participate in the upcoming celebration despite an invitation from the country's newly installed prime minister. "It will be difficult for me as prime minister not to let Don Kato go out," Prime Minister Evans Paul told the Miami Herald in an interview before his office made an official announcement via Twitter and in the Haitian media.

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  10. U.S. Mission to the United Nations: Remarks at a Briefing on the Security Council's Mission to HaitiRead the original story

    Jan 29, 2015 | State Department

    Thank you, Mr. President, for scheduling this briefing and for your leadership on what I think we all believe was a timely and valuable mission by the Security Council to Haiti. I also thank all of our Council colleagues who joined us in Haiti, as the participation of all fifteen members underscored the Council's persistent and unanimous commitment to Haiti's stability, prosperity, and democracy.

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  11. UN Security Council ends 'informative' visit to HaitiRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2015 | Stars and Stripes

    The United Nations Security Council wrapped up a three-day mission Sunday urging Haiti's warring politicians to work together to stage elections as quickly as possible while remaining mum on whether it will move ahead with plans to reduce the presence of its 7,100-strong peacekeeping mission beginning in March. "We are trying to maintain the support to the government of Haiti for the main goal, which is to have elections," said Chile's U.N. Ambassador CristiA n Barros Melet, the Security Council president.

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  12. U.S. Mission to the United Nations: Remarks following a Meeting...Read the original story

    Jan 23, 2015 | State Department

    Thank you. I am Samantha Power, the American Ambassador to the United Nations, and co-lead of this trip with my colleague, the Chilean Ambassador, Cristin Barros.

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  13. Bethel pastor follows mission to build playgrounds for underprivileged kidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 23, 2015 | Connecticut Post

    Bob Barber, left, guides a load of donated lumber into the back of a truck on Thursday, January 22, 2015. Dan Kelly, of Bethel, is using the donated lumber to build a playground at an orphanage in Haiti through his charity Tilt-A-World, the lumber was donated by a local supply company.

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  14. UN Security Council members arrive in Haiti for 3-day visitRead the original story

    Jan 23, 2015 | New Jersey Herald

    U.N. Security Council members arrived Friday in Haiti for a three-day visit aimed in part at urging the government to hold long-delayed municipal and legislative elections. Representatives of the council's 15 member states are expected to meet with President Michel Martelly and other officials.

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  15. Politically motivated armed gang in Haiti threatens to attack government targets, policeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 21, 2015 | Caribbean News Now!

    ... Caribbean News Now fully independent. Please chip in to help support our work this year. By Joe Colas CAP-HAITIEN, Haiti (HCNN) -- Haitian police authorities said on Tuesday that a politically motivated armed group in the northern part of Haiti has ...

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  16. 'The Woman Who Lost Her Soul' by Bob Shacocchis - A Stunning Achievement and a Magnum OpusRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2015 | The White Rhino Report

    "The Woman Who Lost Her Soul" is one of the most impressive works of fiction I have read in a long while. Mr. Shacocchis begins with his deep knowledge of disparate parts of the world - Haiti, Istanbul, D.C., Bosnia - a weaves together in this magnum opus a complex tale of warfare, spycraft, voodoo ceremonies, double dealing, family intrigue, star-crossed lovers and grudges that have endured for millennia.

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  17. Five years later, still feeling aftershocks from the earthquakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 18, 2015 | The Florida Times-Union

    The Times-Union Joseph Edelyn keeps his arms strong by doing pull-ups on a bar installed over his cot by CRUDEM volunteer David Balanky of Jacksonville on Feb. 15, 2010, as his sister looks on. Edelyn had both legs amputated after a falling wall crushed them during the earthquake in Haiti in January 2010.

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  18. Painfully slow recovery in Haiti, but... - EditorialRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2015 | Jamaica Observer

    YESTERDAY marked the fifth anniversary of the magnitude 7.0 earthquake that devastated Port-au-Prince, the capital of our sister Caribbean country, Haiti. Lest we forget, that earthquake - recorded as one of world's worst natural disasters -- took the lives of an estimated 300,000 people and resulted in damage or total destruction to more than 300,000 buildings.

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  19. HAITI: Stop Hunger Now Meals Arrive in Haiti Helping More than 1,100...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2015 | PRWeb

    Salesian Missions has coordinated the successful delivery of donated meals that will benefit 1,100 youth and their families who attend Salesian-run centers in the cities of Port-au-Prince and Cap-Haitien, Haiti. Access to nutritious meals allows youth to be better prepared to take part in school activities and focus on their education.

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  20. Five years later, Haiti struggles to recover from the day 'the Earth shook and buildings fell'Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2015 | Fox News

    In the five years since "the Earth shook and buildings fell," several Haitians say the island nation's recovery inches along amid wrenching poverty, food shortages and widespread misery despite billions in international aid and the permanent presence of a UN aid force. The Jan. 12, 2010, earthquake and its aftermath killed more than 200,000 people, left nearly 900,000 homeless and buried the impoverished nation under rubble and dead bodies.

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