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Posted Monday, November 30, 2009

At this school, everyone majors in marijuana

FORMER CONVICTED NARCO-POLICE CHIEF LUCIEN: In time of enduring the difficulties of life, attractive wife, at whose wedding deposed devilish dictator Aristide was best man, days before voyaged to Haiti from Boston to await husband's deportation 

Posted Sunday, November 29, 2009

aidsInequalities fuelling AIDS pandemic in Latin America, Haiti leads region with highest rate of infection  

Posted Saturday, November 28, 2009

LUCIEN, A PRIVILEGED DETAINEE Deposed murderous dictator Aristide's top bad cop remains jailed (contrary to rumors, not at Haiti's national penitentiary), days after he was ultimately deported to Haiti, where he arrived in handcuffs and chains, from the U.S., but unlike others is a privileged person held in custody; he receives the visit of family members, that of friends, too, and even makes calls, long in duration, using his own personal telephone set or mechanical device in communication

Posted Thursday, November 26, 2009

Haiti native Henry Nelson, recipient of prestigious award

Former President Aristide's party, not permitted by Haiti to participate in legislative elections

Parade for all, food pantry for some, driving BMW automobiles

Haiti extreme violence-issued President Preval, his formal education

Posted Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Healthy reefs buoy Haitian hopes for tourism revival

Development: Recycling eases tensions in a very violent neighborhood

After journeying in a U.S. jail cell, Lucien, a deposed totalitarian dictator Aristide's national chief of police is ultimately deported to Haiti

Posted Monday, November 23, 2009

Federal government faces balloon in debt payments - At $700 billion a year, cost will top budgets for 2 wars, education and energy

Florida man enters a plea of guilty after defrauding Haitians of a sum that surpasses $14 million

Posted Friday, November 20, 2009

News that is constantly changing, every 10 minutes

Posted Thursday, November 19, 2009

Alleged crooked man who promised to create a "nation of Haitian great many times millionaires" must now pay civil penalties

No shortage of blame as Haiti struggles to feed itself

Two more in Sears Tower Terrorism Plot sentenced to long prison terms

Long sentences for two lesser players in Terrorism Plot

Posted Wednesday, November 18, 2009

IMAGES/Amaral Duclona, a terrorist who is said to have also killed for Haiti President Rene Preval

Philadelphia gives struggling homeowners a chance to avoid the purgatory of foreclosure

Posted Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Haiti's Michelle Montas, no more U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's spokesperson

Not even an apparent end to grand-scale corruption, son of brutal dictator owns a fleet of luxury cars and a estate in Malibu, Calf.

49 million Americans report a lack of food

Husband, wife, no longer a great many times millionaires, struggling to avoid forclosure

Haiti, the world 10th most corrupt nation

Posted Monday, November 16, 2009

Storm-ravaged Haitian city waging uphill battle against nature

Posted Saturday, November 14, 2009

U.S. identifies 111,000 immigrants with criminal records 

Witness intimidation, threat - overall, obstruction of justice, lands accused rapist, radio journalist Boston's Max Nicholas in Brocton District Court Monday, at 2:00PM

White House plan on immigration includes legal status

Posted Wednesday, November 11, 2009

After a few months of conditional liberty, Lucien, a deposed totalitarian Haitian dictator Aristide's former national police chief, awaits his deportation to Haiti in a U.S. jail cell

Posted Tuesday, November 10, 2009

On environmental brink, Haiti scrambles for a lifeline

Two weeks after a fatal stabbing, Boston's Haitian doctor returns home to the embrace of family members

videoWoman who drank four 22-ounce beers nearly killed by train minutes after she fell on tracks

Posted Monday, November 9, 2009

One year after, survivors, relatives of at least 92 students, teachers who died after a school building collapsed in Haiti are, too, still waiting for government's promised financial assistance

An ethical question: Does a Nazi deserve a place among philosophers?

In twilight at 91, Mandela endures as south Africa's ideal

Posted Saturday, November 7, 2009

Drooling mental defective Haiti President Preval, now once again a married man

Posted Friday, November 6, 2009

After gruesome find, not less than 11 bodies, at least a one skull, at sex offender's home, anger at Cleveland Police

News that is constantly changing

Worst U.S. mass shootings in recent years

S. Korean woman passes driver's exam on 950th try

Posted Thursday, November 5, 2009

A new presidential "phony" candidate for Haiti

In Brazil, man believed to have expired, a participant at own funeral

U.N. occupying troops, not departing Haiti soon

Posted Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Haitian-born Laferriere, the first Canadian writer to win France's prestigious Medcis literary prize

Congress quarrels on covering immigrants

Posted Tuesday, November 3, 2009

In Haiti, when the comedians say the poor must always be with us, Voodoo their opium

Posted Monday, November 2, 2009

Haitian activist, Sylvane Simon, compares Boston's Mayor Menino to Duvalier

In Manhattan, immigrant jail draws scrutiny

Posted Thursday, October 29, 2009

When the writings of our executive editor, Professor Yves A. Isidor, are prominently featured on Google Books

Bloodbath at Boston's prestigious hospital: Fatal shots pumped into psyh patient's body after stabbing Haitian doctor who is recovering from attack

Posted Monday, October 26, 2009

In rural India, man sells son to help pay for wife's funeral as do desperate farmers sell wives to help pay debts

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