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Posted Friday, February 29, 2008
MALDEN Police place Lesly Cheremond in tight handcuffs for the brutal murder of hairdresser, Norma Dorce Gilles
In Haiti, apparently in the name of stability once again a vote for fast growing abject poverty, grand corruption, gross incompetence, tolerated gangterism
U.S. imprisons one in 100 adults, report finds
Posted Thursday, February 28, 2008
Malden businessman, Cheremont, considered a prime suspect in the brutal death of former girlfriend, small businesswoman                                           
Posted Thursday, February 28, 2008
Defendants in "house slavery" case may be deprived of their liberty for a substantial period of time, if a verdict of culpability is returned against them
Posted Tuesday, February 26, 2008
After a formal accusation of practizing "house slavery," trial of Haitian family commences
Posted Sunday, February 24, 2008
Who is Raul Castro?
A Haitian woman on a commercial American Airlines flight, from Haiti, with JFK Airport as its final destination, dies
Scientists find genetic keys to inherited hair loss
The DNA Age: Insurance fears lead many to shun DNA tests
Political oratory and plagiarism: Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your speech
Cheap cocaine floods a slum, devouring lives, in large numbers
Posted Saturday, February 23, 2008
Emmanuel Sanon, meritoriously pronounced reaffirmer of Haitian pride, after scoring in World Cup, dies, aged 56
Friend of a great many times Haitian-American millionaire, Simeus, may be appointed as U.S.'s Haiti new ambassador, ending Sanderson's tenure
In an effort to help dirt-poor Haiti address many of its innumerable problems, Canada pledges $555 million
Immigrants better educated in OECD
Posted Friday, February 22, 2008
In Haiti, why illegal guns continue, at a fast pace, to increasingly be in the hands of private citizens and principally mean kidnapping for ransom
Gene studies confirm African origin of man
When political violence comes close to be the equal of death
Posted Wednesday, February 20, 2008
After a formal accusation of sexual assaults on 10 minors in Haiti, Quebec Provincial Police arrested two men
Higher education gap may slow economic mobility
Posted Monday, February 18, 2008
The Financial Times ranks the top U.S. business schools
Posted Sunday, February 17, 2008
Serge Desir, the man who caused many to also question the nature of existence, without soccer, died February 15th
From Roosevelt to Obama: The charisma mandate
Posted Saturday, February 16, 2008
Feud leaves Haiti hospital half-built
Haiti's absolute scarcity of agricultural land, its multiplying effect, after efforts to halt deforestation falter
Posted Friday, February 15, 2008
The segregation of Kenya
Posted Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Judge places armed robber Haitian man under state prison secured locks and keys for 10-12 years
Posted Tuesday, February 12, 2008
Apparently, a special, general deterrent, in Haiti, mobs attack two suspected kidnappers, terminate the life of one
Rules eased to expedite green card applications
Mortgage crisis spreads past subprime loans
Prediction markets now see Obama defeating Clinton
Your taxes
Posted Monday, February 11, 2008
Population of immigrants in U.S. rises
Kenya's middle class feeling sting of violence
Many believe US already in a recession
Subprime crisis is causing the dream to be a thing of the past
Posted Sunday, February 10, 2008
In Cambridge, MA, four alleged young Haitian gang members terminate the life of another young man, Lucien Christalin, after pumping several shots into his body
Posted Saturday, February 9, 2008
So much corruption is in the tradition of dictatorial Haitian officials they stole my little students hard raised money
Posted Friday, February 8, 2008
Acquitted in a terror case, but since faces expulsion, man wants Bush administration to lend him its ears: "Deportation unjust'
After a request by two Haitian plaintiffs, Swiss government again extends freeze on former notorious totalitarian dictator "Baby Doc" accounts
Foreclosures, no longer the turf of the most aggressive investors
Posted Tuesday, February 5, 2008
With economy fitful, Americans are starting to pay as they go
The plight of a Haitian man: Absolved of terrorism, still in limbo
The Black Jacobins 70 years later
Posted Monday, February 4, 2008
"Useful idiot" Haitians, breakfast, lunch and diner time in Haiti, unfortunately only dirt on the table, courtesy of your grossly incompetent Rene Preval (images)
Posted Sunday, February 3, 2008
Haiti's extreme violence-issued government proudly disburses millions of dollars for the nation's traditional annual carnival festivities rather than the poor, who in fast increasing numbers, are forced to consume dirt
The ills of capitalism: From founder of General Motors to diswasher
Latin America: The forgotten continent
Posted Friday, February 1, 2008
Power cuts imperil South Africa's strong growth
Since April 2006, more than 2,600 mortgage brokers have been forced to exit the industry
Man acquitted in terrorism conspiracy case was nevertheless being deported to Haiti
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