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Posted Wedneday, October 31, 2007
When blame is again unjustly assigned to Haitians for the pandemic, AIDS
Posted Monday, October 29, 2007
Again, blame, not distributed, but assigned to Haiti: AIDS study shows it arrived in US in 1960s via Haiti
Posted Sunday, October 28, 2007
This time, housing is taking department stores down with it
Deported to Haiti, woman pays a stranger to escape a nightmare
Attorneys at politics: Would you hire one to represent you?
My wife declines to spend nights of reciprocal sexual merriment with me, she has a sweety in town; my husband visits ladies of the evening: He wants out, she wants out
1944 conviction of black soldiers ruled flawed
Posted Friday, October 26, 2007
AIDS vaccine may raise infection risk: researchers
Eminent scientist chastises, quits post after extremely unpleasant remarks aimed at people of the African race
Bill for immigrant students fails test vote in senate
Reports suggest broader loses from mortgages, Merrill raises figure
Thanks God. The number of people kidnapped in a month, that is 80 or more, that the citizens and others of Haiti until not long ago were accustomed to be painfully communicated by the nation's national police has gone downward, and, yes, extremely so. As the calendar month of October 2007 is about to be consigned to the archives of history only 8 people have instead been reported to be deprived of their liberty, after they were kidnapped by lethal bandits for ransom, though some of them are no longer out of the circulation. Also, at least two police officers, one with the rank of commissioner, have lost their lives after several bullets were pumped into their bodies. 
Posted Tuesday, October 23, 2007
Swiss man kidnapped in wrenchingly bandit-land, dirt-poor Haiti
Mozambican is awarded $5 million for leadership
Posted Monday, October 22, 2007
Tables turn as poor countries preach to rich
For first time, many green card holders will need to renew them
Posted Sunday, October 21, 2007
One Drop: My (Haitian) father's hidden life - a story of race and family
Sorting out Pakistan's many struggles
Supercapitalism: The transformation of business, democracy, and everyday life
Young Stalin: The dictator's as a young poet-thug
Posted Friday, October 19, 2007
Scientist apologizes for hurtful remarks aimed at people of the African race
Border officers find $852K hidden in car bound for Haiti
A language, not quite Spanish, with African echoes
Posted Thursday, October 18, 2007
Apparently, like Baby Doc Duvalier Haiti largely inarticulate Preval wants to be for life
Long after he was kidnapped and jailed, most likely on trumpeted corruption charges, Frank Cine, a prominent Haitian businessman was told by Prevality-justice this week he must pay U.S.46 million if he is to regain his liberty. Who is next? Perhaps a foreign businessman or businesswoman who makes the mistake of investing his or her money in Haiti, where there are barely commercial laws, if none at all, but mainly those of gangster President Preval rather.
In South Florida, trafficking case exposes child servitude
Posted Wednesday, October 17, 2007
Panel rejects detention center for illegal immigrants
New research finds a complex of causes behind diabetes
Posted Monday, October 15, 2007
UN extends peacekeeping mission in troubled Haiti for one year
Posted Sunday, October 14, 2007
No need for a warrant, you're an immigrant
Posted Saturday, October 13, 2007
The threats from Rose Marie Gluto to Haiti's Dr. Reginald Boulos, brother senator
The measures of wealth
Posted Friday, October 12, 2007
French Benefits: Migrants, including Haitians, find help south of U.S. border
Man with weapon of mass destruction, his HIV infected penis, wanted by police; dangerous man's many hot girlies
Mortgage turmoil hits renters
The United States of subprime loans
Judge suspends key Bush effort in immigration
Posted Thursday, October 11, 2007
Haiti so-called president appoints notorious violent, convicted offender as security commission member
Edwidge Danticat also nominated for prestigious national book awards
Posted Tuesday, October 9, 2007
Che, a revolutionary icon, and now, a bikini
Licenses for immigrants finds support
Posted Monday, October 8, 2007
In Haiti, when alleged criminal offenders, including notorious druglords, select members of their own juries after paying bribes to judges, government officials, BIGMAN chief prosecutor, Claudy Gassant, threatens radio journalist, Garry Pierre-Paul Charles, with arrest for perceived criticism of him
In the American state of Georgia, finally a tribute to Haitian soldiers for heroism in American revolution
Today, Monday, October 8, 2007, marks the 40th anniversary of the capture of Ernesto Che Guevara by the C.I.A. and the Bolivian army, in Bajo Grande, Bolivia. The extremely red revolutionary leader was executed the next day.
Posted Sunday, October 7, 2007
Haiti extreme violence-issued President Preval, others, living in exile isn't what it used to be
The king of Venezuela/Biographies of Hugo Chavez
When quasi-negro Dominican Republic says I have cheap slaves, Haitians
Posted Saturday, October 6, 2007
Freedom at last, not for fugitive wanted on car theft (photo gallery)
Posted Thursday, October 4, 2007
6 Haitians, Haitian-Americans, 1 Hispanic plotted to overthrow U.S. government: Prosecutor
Posted Tuesday, October 2, 2007
Judge extends block on illegal worker plan
Haiti Briefing
Haitian National Police to receive 12 boats, at least 6 helicopters from U.S.
Haiti Briefing
Haitian Senator, Yourie Latortue, will soon be issued a U.S green card, long after submitting an application for so
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