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Haiti - Motive not yet known in radio journalist's fatal ...
Reporters Without Borders hopes that the reason will soon be known for radio journalist Pierre-Richard Alexandre's fatal shooting by an individual identified as Baudelaire Augustin in Saint-Marc, in the north-central department of Artibonite, on 17 May.
Mon May 20, 2013
Choose To Be Happy
"There is something rotten in the state of Denmark." That is a centuries old phrase from William Shakespeare's masterpiece, "Hamlet." Going back to your high school English class, you might remember that strange things were indeed going on in Hamlet's world.
Orange County group aims to help fight hunger and hardship in Haiti
He had seen one of his siblings die of malnutrition, and he didn't want to see it happen to another.
Fri May 17, 2013
Pat Robertson shrugs off adultery
Pat Robertson, the network's 83-year-old founder, was not condoning adultery when he answered a viewer's quesion on "The 700 Club" this week, the network said.
Thu May 16, 2013
Haiti must act to address housing crisis - Oxfam
In this April 2013 file photo, a view of Shelter Camp 3 that houses Haitians made homeless by the 2010 earthquake, one of 385 informal 'tent cities' still existing since the disaster, as a wall is being built by the owners of the land, in the Delmas suburb of Port-au-Prince. REUTERS/Marie Arago BOGOTA - The Haitian government needs to address a ... (more)
Richard Emile Joyal
A Catholic missionary with a giant frame and even bigger heart, he dedicated his life to helping the poor and the hungry Here at Maclean's, we appreciate the written word.
Wed May 15, 2013
GSU employee helps Haitian children
Marie Denis-Luque enjoys her job as a research project manager in the Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health at Georgia Southern University.
Tue May 14, 2013
The Miami Herald
Haiti president defends first 2 years in office
Haitian President Michel Martelly defended his administration Tuesday as he marked two years in office, pointing to a national school-tuition program, social protection projects and the return of tourism as his leading achievements.
The Miami Herald
Haitian music, culture take center stage at Compas Fest
On any given night, a Haitian singer somewhere is transforming a crowded dance floor into a courting session, cajoling fans of √konpa to move to an easygoing beat.
New Jersey Herald
Eviction fears haunt Haiti camps after attacks
Attorney Reynold Georges showed up with a judge and a police officer on a recent afternoon at Camp Acra, a cluster of tents and plywood shelters scattered across rocky hills dotted with trees in the heart of the Haitian capital.
Repairing the damage
There's a scene in the movie Bull Durham where the manager blasts his players who are having a rough start to their season, calling them lollygaggers and bums.
Mon May 13, 2013
Haitian government warns public of cholera risk
Haiti's government Monday called on the public to act against cholera infections especially in the capital Port-au-Prince where one fourth of all cholera cases have occurred, local media said.
Caribbean News Now!
OAS assistant secretary general addresses aid coordination meeting in Haiti
PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti -- The assistant secretary general of the Organization of American States , Albert Ramdin, speaking at a meeting of the Coordination Framework for Foreign Development Aid , says the list of priorities and the development vision presented by the government of Haiti is commendable and will be supported by the organization as ... (more)
John James Audubon became the bird man of North America
Born in Les Cayes, Santo Domingo, France , Jean-Jacques Audubon arrived on April 26, 1785.
Arciuoloa s Shoes collects shoes destined for Haiti
Conditions are far from ideal in Marbial, Haiti, where parishioners at St. Mary Church have been working through a Twinning Program that connects them to the Ste.
Sun May 12, 2013
Young man killed during student protest in Haiti
An unidentified man was shot dead Friday while students staged another demonstration in a week of small but raucous street protests in the capital's downtown, authorities said.
Sat May 11, 2013
The Science of Surviving Disasters: Bangladeshi Woman Rescued After 17 Days
Reshma was trapped in a wide Muslim prayer room located in the basement of the eight-story Rana Plaza building that housed five garment factories and thousands of workers in Bangladesh .
UNCSA students heading to Haiti to aid orphanage
Ten high school students from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts are taking their talents to an orphanage in Haiti this summer.
Fri May 10, 2013
Diplomats learn about new Haiti panel that seeks to co-ordinate quake aid
Diplomats from donor nations met in Haiti on Friday to learn more about a new government panel that seeks to co-ordinate billions of dollars in aid money and speed up their release.
San Francisco Bay View
Stop the attacks on President Aristide and Haiti's grassroots movement
The people of Haiti stand for justice, but they are against the misuse of the justice system for political persecution.