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  1. Chelsea Clinton ends Haiti visit that focused on country's womenRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 29 | The Miami Herald

    A poised and soft-spoken Chelsea Clinton stood inside the concrete storage room in this central Haiti rural village, peppering her host with questions about aflatoxins, profit margins and market access. "What percentage of the peanuts are consumed here in Haiti and are exported?'' Clinton asked Robert Johnson, the general manager of acceso, which works to empower peanut farmers near Mirebalais by testing, storing and buying their products.

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  2. Haiti marks 100th anniversary of US occupationRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Stars and Stripes

    They landed a century ago this month, brandishing guns and hoisting the stars and strips on government buildings in a foreign land. It would be 19 years before Old Glory would come down, and Haiti's bicolor red and blue flag would fly again.

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  3. Chelsea Clinton in Haiti to visit family foundation projectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | WINK-TV Fort Myers

    Chelsea Clinton on Tuesday encouraged women to educate themselves and learn how to be more independent during a trip to Haiti to oversee projects financed by the Clinton Foundation. Clinton met with local entrepreneurs as she traveled to businesses in the capital of Port-au-Prince with a group of investors and philanthropists as part of the two-day trip.

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  4. Haiti marks 100th anniversary of U.S. occupationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | The Miami Herald

    On the eve of the centenary occupation by the United States of Haiti, July 28, 1915, the national pantheon museum, MUPANAH, sponsored a discussion with local historians, near the Champ de Mars. They landed a century ago this month, brandishing guns and hoisting the Stars and Stripes on government buildings in a foreign land.

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  5. Chelsea Clinton travels to Haiti to visit projects financed by family foundationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | Daily Mail

    Clinton met with local entrepreneurs as she traveled to businesses in the capital of Port-au-Prince as part of the two-day trip She also hosted a meeting with foundation President Donna Shalala to talk about women's roles in the Haitian workforce and their access to markets Chelsea Clinton on Tuesday encouraged women to educate themselves and learn how to be more independent during a trip to Haiti to oversee projects financed by the Clinton Foundation. Clinton met with local entrepreneurs as she traveled to businesses in the capital of Port-au-Prince with a group of investors and philanthropists as part of the two-day trip.

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  6. Turgeau Port-au-Prince: JetBlue and Marriott Port-au-Prince Team Up to Give Back to HaitiRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | Jaunted

    From now until August 29th, 2015, anyone planning on flying JetBlue to Port-au-Prince from Fort Lauderdale , Boston or JFK will be able to stay at Marriott Port-au-Prince for a fantastic flat rate of $125 per night - plus score a $1 per person breakfast. That's a team-up where we all win.

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  7. Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Catches Fire near JamaicaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | Port Canaveral News

    A fire broke out aboard Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas Wednesday injuring one crew member. Passengers were moved to assembly stations but not evacuated.

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  8. Chris Brown begs Philippines to allow him to leaveRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | New Vision

    In a desperate appeal punctuated with a backflip, stranded Grammy-winning star Chris Brown got down on his knees Friday begging to be allowed to leave the Philippines and resume his world tour. The 26-year-old American has been stuck in the Southeast Asian nation for two days after a politically influential sect filed a fraud complaint, saying it is owed a million-dollar-plus refund after he skipped a concert last year.

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  9. Community Counts: Water, water! Everywhere?Read the original story

    Thursday Jul 23 | Barnstable Patriot

    Every morning, I shuffle into my kitchen and let the dog out. Then comes water. I flip my faucet to draw water for coffee, refresh the dog's water dish, and douse flowers pots on my deck.

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  10. Can Anyone Save Haiti? Crisis Offers New ChanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 16 | Cato Institute

    Haiti is a tragic failure. For a long time one of the Americas' poorest nations, the country suffered a devastating earthquake in 2010.

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  11. Carifesta XII ready and waitingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 19 | Trinadad Express

    OUTSTANDING: Members of the Haitian band, Boukman Eksperyans, one of the island nation's most treasured bands, had guests on their feet as Carifesta XII was launched in the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince last week. The band's rousing performance capped a week of location tours and planning meetings by culture officials and artistic directors from across the Caribbean.

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  12. Many leave Dominican Republic for Haiti to avoid deportationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 16 | Norwalk Citizen News

    In this June 25, 2015 photo, a moving truck loaded with furniture approaches the border with Haiti, in Dajabon, Dominican Republic. Thousands of people from Haiti or merely of Haitian descent aren't waiting to find out if they will be forcibly removed from the Dominican Republic now that the deadline has passed to apply for legal residency.

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  13. Many leave Dominican Republic for Haiti to avoid deportationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 16 | Connecticut Post

    In this June 25, 2015 photo, a moving truck loaded with furniture approaches the border with Haiti, in Dajabon, Dominican Republic. Thousands of people from Haiti or merely of Haitian descent aren't waiting to find out if they will be forcibly removed from the Dominican Republic now that the deadline has passed to apply for legal residency.

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  14. Many leave Dominican Republic for Haiti to avoid deportationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 14 | Connecticut Post

    In this June 25, 2015 photo, a moving truck loaded with furniture approaches the border with Haiti, in Dajabon, Dominican Republic. Thousands of people from Haiti or merely of Haitian descent aren't waiting to find out if they will be forcibly removed from the Dominican Republic now that the deadline has passed to apply for legal residency.

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  15. HART in HaitiRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 15 | Grosse Pointe News Online

    St. Paul parishioner and family doctor Greg Rowsell of Grosse Pointe Farms saw 100 patients each day during the trip to Haiti.

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  16. Haiti appeals for international help as OAS prepares to visit HispaniolaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 8 | The Miami Herald

    Haitian migrant Jackner Gilot poses with his new credentials and those of his family, which allows them to live and work in the Dominican Republic for two years as "non-resident'' foreigners, in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Monday, July 6, 2015. A group of 260 people were the first foreigners to receive the credentials.

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  17. Forgotten Caribbean: why you should holiday in HaitiRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 8 | Jewish Chronicle

    Haiti has always been a Caribbean destination with a difference. Although the country has all the trimmimgs of a tropical paradise - the beaches, the weather, the flora and fauna - a series of disasters, both political and natural, have meant it has not enjoyed the mass tourism of its neighbours.

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  18. Movie review: Ego Trip doesn't travel beyond a promising starting pointRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 7 | Canada.com

    There is the germ of a great idea lurking behind Ego Trip. But unfortunately, first-time feature filmmaker Benoit Pelletier and screenwriter FranA ois Avard aren't able to transform that intriguing notion into anything resembling a great film.

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  19. It's Time For a Global Movement to Stop Anti-Black Racism in The Dominican RepublicRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 7 | Switched

    Dominican soldiers control access at the Haitian-Dominican border on, on July 3, 2015. A flood of people leaving the Dominican Republic for Haiti could grow into a humanitarian disaster and regional security threat, Port-au-Prince warned.

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  20. Film Explores Haiti's Only Free School for Children With DisabilitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 7 | Global Voices Online

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