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Posted Friday, December 2, 2011

Nigeria says no to man kissing man, women kissing women; defines marriage as the coming together of persons of the opposite sex with the purpose of living together as husband and wife

Sheriff-of-the-year nabbed trading meth for good sex

For jobless, little hope of restoring better days

Two and half years for 85-year-old immigrant smuggler

Hundreds of millions of dollars for Haiti

Church shorts door on U.S. President Obama's African father and Caucasian mother-like people

Man could have died in a hail of bullets fired by own dog

Posted Tuesday, November 29, 2011

New hope of a cure for H.I.V.

As public sector sheds jobs, blacks are hit hardest

Lana Peters, Stalin's daughter, dies at 85

A Marriott's first hotel for Haiti

Wyclef Jean, Yele Haiti, where is our money?

Goodbye, golden years

Posted Sunday, November 20, 2011

College majors with the highest unemployment rate

Teaching good sex

What they don't teach law students: Lawyering

USAD targets stores in food stamps trafficking

Online high schools attracting elite names

When a school more than tell a particular group of children "you are no longer 'restaveks' or domestic servants

"I was not in charge of a prison where incarcerated people were murdered, but a convent invoking the power of God daily"

Posted Friday, November 18, 2011

After immediate opposition from foreign diplomats, the news media, including this journal Wehaitians.com, and other critics, Haiti's President Martelly put off his controversial plan to restore the long disbanded Haitian army

Community college changes urged

Obama's uncle "Uncle Omar" to contest stop by police, fight deportation

U.S. authorities find major drug tunnel in San Diego

Posted Thursday, November 17, 2011

Vatican takes legal action over ad showing Pope happily kissing another man

In a hut in Haiti, waiting for spirits

U.S. to review cases seeking deportations

Tragic fate for young sisters

Maine couple, ages 88 and 87, get married after dating for 17 years

Analysis: Haitian army: ghost of bloody past set for revival

Posted Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Middle-class areas shrink as income gap grows, new report finds

Posted Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Two young sisters who moved to Boston from Haiti eight years ago died in a hail of bullets in their apartment

Canada questions Haitian government plans for new army, will not provide needed funds

Police nabbed 87-year-old alleged drug dealer

Haiti has a mountain of priorities, but not an army

Second aviation scare: Haiti's government plane makes emergency landing in Cuba

Posted Sunday, November 13, 2011

Deportations under new U.S. policy are inconsistent

Posted Saturday, November 12, 2011

Can the U.N. be sued on the ground that its occupying forces in Haiti imported the cholera disease into that nation?

Newly appointed Haitian culture minister Choiseul Henriquez died

In Haiti, an army that will establish an intelligence service to also put the media under surveillance

80 thousand Haitian families to benefit from new health and sanitary projects in Grand'Anse region of Haiti

Donor-nations will not fund Haiti's president army or new Tonton Macoute force

Time for the peacekeepers to start handing over, but not to a new army

Posted Thursday, November 10, 2011

What's the language of the future?

Months after Haitian-American Marie Joseph's tragic death in a Fall River pool, judge declines to issue charges

Posted Wednesday, November 9, 2011

In overheard comments, Sarkozy calls Netanyahu 'a liar'

A former U.S. president, wife, others at work in Haiti

Moving to U.S. and amassing a fortune, no English needed

For an immigrant, a shrinking business and a maze of obstacles as the U.S. economic crisis persists

Posted Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Cuba takes lead role in Haiti's cholera fight

Haiti's native, former governor-general of Canada Michaelle Jean new U of O chancellor

Posted Sunday, November 6, 2011

Haiti's radioactive president says "A Haitian army, not exactly what I want to see in Haiti"

Relenting on car sales, Cuba turns notorious clunkers into gold

Bleak portrait of poverty is off the mark, experts say

Brazil's long shadow vexes some neighbors

Posted Friday, November 4, 2011

New, very punitive, racist Dominican law leaves many Haitians, those of Haitian parentage vulnerable while Haiti's largely incompetent president Martelly continues to indisputably prove so

A dead dictator who draws tens of thousands in Italy

Years later, lawsuit seeks to recreate a wedding that ended in divorce

Cubans can purchase and sell property, government says, with few restrictions

A new army for dirt-poor, mal-governed Haiti, an added-terminal cancer

Posted Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Man deported caught with $1.6 million in drugs in Arizona

When a film becomes a way for Haitian rape victims to recount their unwanted suffering

Human development index 211 rankings - how low is Haiti rated?

A rare honor: Haitian writer, recipient of top Quebec literary prize

videoRaucous trial is a test of Haiti legal system

Posted Monday, October 31, 2011

UN reports 7 billion humans, but others do not count on it

videoChildren of immigrants hit an economic ceiling

For drunk drivers, a habit of judicial leniency


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